Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
WHEN I TURN THE AC ON, IT WILL TURN OFF FOR 10 MIN. OR SO,
THEN TURN BACK ON, THEN OFF AGAIN A SHORT WHILE LATER.
IS THIS SOMETHING THAT'S EASY TO FIX LIKE A FUSE ??
There is a fuse, but the heater motor (A/C) usually also runs some other things, but it is cheap to change the fuse and see what happens. More likely is the fan speed resistor pack. It isn't the easiest thing to find, but it is usually located in the air duct someplace under the dash. Does it do the same thing on all speeds, or just on one speed? If it does it on all of the speeds, then its more likely the fuse or the motor. If it only does it on one of the fan speeds or 2 out of 4 speeds, then the resistor pack is more likely.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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