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Does your truck have "dual-zone" climate control...where you can control the temperature on either side of the truck?
Gotcha, thanks. And what was done the three times you took it into the shop for this problem?
Ok. And did I read correctly that the coolant level is correct?
And what is the condition?
These trucks have a really, really common problem with heater cores partially clogging, causing the exact problem you are describing. The coolant enters the heater core from the passenger side and exits the same way. If the heater core is clogged partially, it can cause the heater core to get hot on the passenger half and not on the driver's half. I would suggest flushing the system thoroughly with a water hose before you remove the dash.
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