Let me check - back in a minute.
With the "A/C" button off - it goes from "room temp" to hot fine.
With the "A/C" button pressed in - it blows really hard at 65, then blows less at 85, but it's all "room temp" - no cold.
Oh sure - just know I was proud of myself for finding the fuse box....
So far your doing great! Here are the flow charts in 3 pages, they really start of the second page, just do as they say and answer accordingly yes/no the precede to the next step.
here's the second:
and the last: when you get the code I will supply you with what the code is, if all you can retrieve is a "20" then that means there are no faults, and I would look back at the HVAC doors, it's not uncommon for a mouse to build a nest in these ducts and block the doors from fully operating.
Is the final suggestion to check the HVAC doors for a dead mouse? Can you tell me how to find the HVAC doors or is that a new question?
I have a few final suggestions, and no it wouldn't be another question. First if the cabin air filter hasn't been changed check it, it would be the most likely place to find a mouse nest. Second, if the freon is low but not fully discharged, it could give the symptom you have, but without a set of gauges you can't tell, let an a/c shop check this last if all else fails. Last I have included a pic of the heater/evap box, it is located underneath the passenger side of the dash. Watch the arm on the side as you give the a/c unit different commands for temp. and position, and make sure it seems to have a full range of motion, you will be able to tell if not, also you will see the duct work attached. Be aware though it is very tight quarters. Thanks again, let me know if I can help any futher!