I think it has something to do with the actuator for the dual zone climate control door, which changes the temperature flowing out of the vents between the passenger and driver side. As long as your climate control is working OK, I wouldn't worry about it. It's the P error codes (powertrain) you need to look at.
Heating and Air Conditioning: Testing and Inspection B0367
The following DTCs are for the left and right air temperature actuators:
- B0361 and B0363 are for the left air temperature actuator B0365 and B0367 are for the right air temperature actuator
The HVAC control module commands the air temperature actuators to move by controlling the voltage supplied on the control circuit. A signal voltage of 0 volts or a signal voltage of 5 volts rotates the air temperature actuator. A voltage of 2.5 volts stops the door. The HVAC control module determines the current position of the actuator by monitoring the voltage on the signal circuit. The feedback potentiometer is a function of the motor position. The HVAC control module controls the air temperature actuator door positions in order to maintain the selected air temperature.
CONDITIONS FOR RUNNING THE DTC
The ignition is turned ON.
CONDITIONS FOR SETTING THE DTC
The HVAC control module detects the signal circuit is less than 5 counts (0.09 V), for B0361 and B0365, or more than 250 counts (4.9 V), for B0363 and B0367.
ACTION TAKEN WHEN THE DTC SETS
A default value will be used for the sensor data by the HVAC control module in an attempt to maintain the air temperature selected by the driver. This default value will be displayed on the scan tool.
CONDITIONS FOR CLEARING THE DTC
- The DTC will become history if the HVAC control module no longer detects a failure.
- The history DTC will clear after 100 fault free ignition cycles.
- The DTC can be cleared with a scan tool.
A disconnected or broken door may also set this DTC by allowing the air temperature actuator to travel to its internal stops, an overtravel condition.