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Home aircondioner I don't know how how to Turn on


This ... along with your (few minutes ago entry) leads me to believe you are talking - PLAIN VANILLA Forced air... combination Heater/Air Conditioner.

You would not believe the various permutations and commutations...

At your compressor (outside) make sure it is free of all leaves, snow covers and is free to blow air through its coils.

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So in order to get you started I am going to assume you are at your
THERMOSTAT... inside your house (not talking automotive)...

90% of the worlds combination THERMOSTATS have a selector switch which can be as simple as "COOL" - "OFF" - "HEAT"...
on their bottom panel.

All the rest MAY add to these with other options like
"FAN" - "Emerg"... but you do NOT care because you want
"COOL".

You will also note that there is an indication of your present ambient temperature... and typically an indication of your DESIRED temperature... To work...

Your desired "COOL" temperature MUST be below your
current (ambient) temperature...

Before starting it is always a good idea to check all your outside equipment...

Good luck... with turning that AIR on.

Dec 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My aspen has 95000 miles and i have put a 180 degrees thermostat and a heavy duty fan clutch and it still uverheats when stoped or on stop and go traffic , what can i do to stop the overheating


have it checked for a bad head gasket it may be going bad. also is the cooling system flowing properly. for this it will have to have a flow test done on it.

Jun 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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No heat but blows cold air


to get what you describe is a problem associated with a faulty TX valve and a dirty evaporator core. The TX valve is not controlling the gas flow required by the thermostat and the dirty evaporator is allowing the build up of ice on the fins. Flushing the radiator will help with the more efficient cooling of the coolant but you have a thermostat in the coolant system that prevents water circulation until a certain temperature in the engine is reached. Your problem may be that the thermostat is stuck open or the coolant needs the air to be bled out of the system allowing the heater to get hot water.. have a radiator shop do this for you as sometimes it has to be pressure bled.

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Rear heater knocking noise


jlarson737, did you ever get a solution for you knocking noise? I also have a 2008 Aspen and have a clicking (knocking) noise coming from the 3rd seat passenger side of the Aspen.
Rod

Dec 26, 2012 | 2008 Chrysler Aspen

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Where is thermostat housing chrysler aspen


Thermostat housing on all cars I dealt with was under the top hose , where it was attached to the top of the engine block

Oct 15, 2012 | 2008 Chrysler Aspen

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2007 chrysler aspen at idle, rpm's fluctuate erraticly.why?


You probably have a bad throttle position sensor.

Sep 20, 2012 | 2007 Chrysler Aspen 4x2

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The trucj was sitting outside (current temp 10°F...snowing). We started the truck, let it warm up, n drove for maybe 3 mi when the temp gauge switched all the way th hot and check gauge...


let the vehicle cool then drive it home, don't stop unless you have to and if you do for more than a minuet shut the engine off till you can move again. 3 miles in the snow should not hurt anything. when you get home let the vehicle cool for at least an hour before you touch the radiator cap. when cool take off the radiator cap and see if the radiator is full. if the radiator is full then the thermostat probably stuck shut, if the radiator is empty you probably blew a hose or the thermostat housing cracked along the seam where it's bonded together. i wouldn't drive far like this either way just enough to get home, then get it checked by a professional.

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There is no heat in my truck. I have the


make sure coolant is at proper level. if ok change thermostat. if the thermostat sticks it will make hot coolant go through bypass hose at thermostat, and therefore no heat. if that does not help much try bleeding air from coolant system.

Feb 09, 2010 | 2006 Nissan Frontier

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