Question about 2004 Jeep Liberty
The air conditioner feels like it has cold air but only a small amount of cool air is felt no matter how high I turn the fan. I can hear the fan noise increase as it should the higher I turn it, so I think the fan is ok. I don't see an AC hose disconnected either.
This may or may not be pertinent: I started the truck with the AC off and then turned the AC on and I see a fan belt kick on for the AC and the fan belt is continually turning but it appears the part that it is turning will rhythmically spin and then stop in intervals while the fan belt rotates. Obviously, I don't know if this is supposed to happen but thought I'd mention it. I don't know if that just is more confusing.
Thanks for any ideas!
Sounds like the reiculation door is not moving, listen for a change in sound when you
move the knob from fresh air to recirculate. if no change, you will need to check the recirc, actuator or door inside the blower
Posted on May 19, 2009
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