Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
There are 3 actuators the top one is for the center the bottom one for the floor vents the middle for defrost unplug the top one and unscrew the two 1/4 bolts pull out the mode actuator slowly and with a carefull hand turn the sprocket door left to right with the car running you will manually open the vents have some one feel the air come out either to the floor or center or defrost mode ...the actuator is 70.00$ but that should help you in the mean time untill you bye one ,dont forget to put back the mode actuator after you set it in where you want your air ,,,,smp5172@live .com i know cus it happened to me and i fixxed it for the time bein..
Posted on May 09, 2011
Pull the AC control in the dash and verify that there is vacuum going to it, all the different air diversion doors are operated by seperate vacuum motors controlled by the ac control head in the dash, as you switch it it sends vacuum to the correct location to work that door for the desired air outlet, dash, floor etc..
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the dash drivers side there are mode motors that control where the air comes from replace bad one or both the bottom one is recirculate. You could take a volt meter and see which one has power when you push button
Posted on Jan 03, 2012
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