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2003 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic A/C Proble

Air Conditioning problem
2003 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

After I recharged my A/C one day with the little freon cans you get from walmart that has the built in hose and gauge, my a/c blows extremely hot now, before I charged it, it was mild cold but now it blows hot, when I switch over to heat it blows even hotter.

When I turn on my a/c I can hear my compressor kick on and the freon lines are cold and building up condensation, I cant figure out what is wrong with the damn thing... Any sugguestions?

Also, I had an autozone employee check my freon levels and they are properly charged so it is retaining the freon.

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  • michael_cala Jun 27, 2009

    What am I looking for when I check the evaportator? Will any of the parts be moving or anything like that to give me a hint as to what is failing?

  • michael_cala Jun 27, 2009

    What exactly am I looking for on the evaporator?

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I would suggest to check the evaporator, normally found underneath the glove compartment. Check out the coils and the fan. While you are at it you can do some cleaning and see if it helps.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

  • Nicolo Carlo Parazo Jun 27, 2009

    check out the evaporator if it needs cleaning, that is the simplest troubleshooting you can start with. When cleaning you can inspect the condition of the coils. I am not sure if in you model you have the expansion valves located close, look at it as well. If it functions correctly it should make a sound in operation.

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