By Brian Madison
My 2003 Chevy Silverado has dual climate control. We are getting ready to approach the air conditioning season. Last year I visited my mechanic to find out why the passenger side blows hot air when I have the A/C running. Apparently you need to remove the entire dash of the truck to replace a temperature sensor buried so deep that it will cost nearly $800 in labor to replace. An over-the-counter manual at the auto parts store even recommends seeing a professional mechanic to perform the work. I guess my passenger will feel a little heat during the summers. Dang Monkeys!