Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
Dual zone heater controls,driver side blows hot pass. side remains cold.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: A/C is not blowing cold air
if the a/c compressor clutch is not engaging, you will never have any cold air. if the system has too much or too little freon in it, that will also mess it up. If system is undercharged, the compressor will short cycle, instead of staying on till the thermostat tells it to disengage. I suspect your problem is in the compressor and that is where i would look first.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
With the engine cold & the radiator full remove the radiator cap and start the engine. Let the engine reach operating temperature which will open the thermostat. When it opens the water in the radiator will start circulating if the pump & thermostat are operating properly. If all is ok replace the cap and turn the temperature lever on the heater to hot If you still have no heat check the heater valve on the engine firewall. Open it manually and see if you have heat. If yes check the cable from the velve to the temperature lever.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
One of two probable problems:
1. The Heater / Air Condition Control is going bad or is bad.
a. Disconnect the negative side of the battery.
b. Remove the Heater / AC face plate off the front. To do this: Remove the two (2) screws on the top lip of the plate.
c. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the rear of the Control Module.
2. The Heater Core is defective and needs to be replaced.
Sorry, but it has to be noted that the dealer or repair shop ($$) can diagnose the system at the Heater / AC Control Module. Also, after you replace this Module: a diagnostic and re-calibration tests are needed to be performed.
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Posted on Jan 15, 2010
if the wiper arm is held on by a nut, try tightening it. you should be able to pry the appearence cap off with a screwdriver and veiw the nut. if the wiper arm is connected with a locking cilp, it has either come loose or the shaft splines are stripped. is there any noises when the wipers are on?
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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