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2006 Wrangler AC problem

The AC still cools but just blows out the defrost panels and not the dash panels no matter what setting AC is on.

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You have a broken vacuum line to the dash panel control.
Look under the hood on the pass. side next to the firewall.
You will see some vacuum lines, maybe one came off?

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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