A couple of summers ago while running the a/c on my '93 Acclaim it started throwing ice balls out of the dashboard vents and stopped working. Can anyone tell me is this is a sign that the condenser has gone out or is there something else that I may need to have fixed?
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You seem to have a short in that fused system. Think back to when this problem started, did you have some work done such as a new radio, or a power antenna, or maybe speakers. If this brings something to mind those items should be checked. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
To help alleviate confusion, most fuse box doors have an I.D. label on the inside. I was able to find this image of a 93 Chrysler LeBaron which is based on the same body type, but may or may not be identical to your 93 Acclaim. Make sure to note the amperage rating before discarding a blown fuse! Always replace the fuse with one of exactly the same rating, as use of a rating even slightly higher than standard could result in a dangerous vehicle fire and even further problems. Be CAREFUL when working with electrical systems, and if you are unfamiliar with electrical or automotive troubleshooting, it may be a better idea to find an affordable tech to at least diagnose the problem and give a couple of pointers. Be safe and work smart. Wear some clear safety glasses or sunglasses that are not too dark at least when working to protect your eyes from debris, or sparks. Hope it helps, let me know if the diagrams are of assistance.
the blower unit changes the air/blower locations via an electronic circuit board in the dash. the chances are the resistor or the board itself has become defective i had this very problem with my vehicle last summer in the hottest part of the summer. it would be best to take it to the dealership or reputable mechanic since this is an original part only and have the board replaced. you could possibly take it and have it fixed but if this part has played out there is a good chance that the other cicuits on the same board will play out as well and defeat your repairs. hope this helped and good luck..
turn air vents to one side once all the way pull on the part sticking out the most they all come out like that.There will be a screw on the top inside of the vent remove these from each vent.On the bottom were your ac control panel is there is plastic wood grain piece that goes across the dash.Get a flat head screwdriver stick in top of wood grain pry out and work your way down.theres also a small piece on the driver side same senerio.theres a couple screws above the gauges also two in top on inside glove box.