Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
I have a 2005 Chrysler 300 and for some reason the A/C is blowing warm air. I tried many different solutions, but still no luck. I tried finding the fuse, but according to the owners manual, it doesn't have one listed. Has anyone else had similar problems and how did you fix this?
From your symptoms, it sounds like you may just be low on coolant. If you don't hear the compressor cycling, this is probably your only problem.
When the level falls too far, the compressor is prevented from engaging since the coolant also carries a lubricant necessary to protect the compressor.
Any shop probably has a pressure gauge on hand to check the low-pressure-side pressure or, for a few bucks (~ $20 US) you can buy a gauge with the necessary fittings for recharging your system and the coolant (most likely R134) is available in the auto section of any store.
Four years is a little early for this need so you may have a tiny leak. The coolant molecules are very small, the pressure in the system is pretty high and coolant will find its way to any leak and escape. There is a special dye available that will reveal a leak.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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