Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
My heat and AC work great, problem is, I am only getting air from the vents, nothing is coming out at my feet or the defrost. Is this a blower motor problem, if so what is the cost to replace this?
I did not have defroster or venting to the feet. All I had was vent. I brought it to the shop they replaced the mode door actuator which flips the doors inside to make it flow to the defrost or vent etc; This cost me $210.00. They had to take the dash apart plus disengage the air bag under the steering wheel to get to the actuator.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Many air directors are driven by vacuum lines. Look for a line going from the engine manifold through the firewall. Look closely at it for cracks or breaks. Take it off and check that the fitting it goes onto pulls your thumb toward the engine. You can test the vacuum actuation with a vacuum tester purchased at a parts store, it should move the air director and then hold a vacuum without leaking down too fast. A good mechanic will have such a tester, but it's usually cheaper to buy one. Get the combination engine compression and vacuum guage if you can, it might come in handy later, especially when you're buying a used car or engine.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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