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The air conditioning will only work in defrost and floor mode, even if I have the mode on the panel selection.

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    Roy Funkhouser May 11, 2010

    It would help if y9ou could tell me what is the year make and model of your vehicle. This information will greatly help in the diagnosis and repair of your vehicle. Thank You, Roy

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I would say the mode door actuator is bad or the mode door is broken.
Thank You,
Roy

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

  • hende80 Jul 10, 2011

    Where is this located? Thank you!

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How do I remove the center console where the heater control switches are located on a 2006 Pt Cruiser GT


DESCRIPTION A manual temperature control (MTC) single zone type heating-A/C system or a manually controlled heater-only system is standard equipment on this model, depending on market.
To maintain the performance level of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, the engine cooling system must be properly maintained. The use of a bug screen is not recommended. Any obstructions in front of the radiator or A/C condenser will reduce the performance of the A/C and engine cooling systems.
The engine cooling system includes the radiator, thermostat, radiator hoses and the engine coolant pump. Refer to 7 - Cooling for more information before opening or attempting any service to the engine cooling system.

All vehicles are equipped with a common heater, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) housing (1). The heating-A/C system combines heating, ventilating and A/C (if equipped) capabilities in a single HVAC housing mounted within the passenger compartment beneath the instrument panel. The HVAC housing includes:
  1. Mode-air doors (2)
  2. A/C evaporator (A/C system only) (3)
  3. Recirculation-air door and actuator (A/C system only) (4)
  4. Blower motor (5)
  5. Mode control cable (6)
  6. Temperature control cable (7)
  7. Heater core (8)
  8. Blend-air door (9)
On heater-only systems, the A/C evaporator is omitted from the HVAC housing and is replaced with an air restrictor plate.
Based upon the system mode selected, conditioned air can exit the standard heater-only or optional heater-A/C housing through one or a combination of the three main housing outlets: defrost, panel or floor. The defrost and panel outlets are located on the top of the HVAC air distribution housing and the floor outlets are located on each side of the distribution housing. Once the conditioned air exits the HVAC housing, it is further directed through molded plastic ducts to the various outlets within the vehicle interior. These outlets and their locations are as follows:
  1. Defroster Outlet- A single large defroster outlet is located in the center of the instrument panel top cover, near the base of the windshield.
  2. Side Window Demister Outlets- There are two side window demister outlets, one is located at each outboard end of the instrument panel top cover, near the belt line at the A-pillars.
  3. Panel Outlets- There are four panel outlets in the instrument panel, one located near each outboard end of the instrument panel facing the rear of the vehicle and two located near the top of the instrument panel center bezel.
  4. Front Floor Outlets- There are two front floor outlets, one located on each side of the center tunnel near the dash panel.
  5. Rear Floor Outlets- There are two rear floor outlets, one located on each side of the floor panel center tunnel near the front of each rear seat foot well.
  6. REMOVAL
    WARNING: Disable the airbag system before attempting any steering wheel, steering column, or instrument panel component diagnosis or service. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery (ground) cable, then wait two minutes for the airbag system capacitor to discharge before performing further diagnosis or service. This is the only sure way to disable the airbag system. Failure to follow these instructions may result in accidental airbag deployment and possible serious or fatal injury.


    NOTE: Illustration shown with instrument panel removed for clarity. (Refer to 23 - Body/Instrument Panel/BEZEL, Instrument Panel - Removal).(Refer to 24 - Heating and Air Conditioning/Controls/CONTROL, A/C and Heater - Removal).(Refer to 23 - Body/Instrument Panel/COVER, Steering Column Opening - Removal). 5. Remove the screw (1) that secures the temperature control cable (2) to the left side of the HVAC air distribution housing (3). 6. Disconnect the temperature control cable from the blend door pivot lever (4) and remove the cable from the vehicle.
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    WARNING: Disable the airbag system before attempting any steering wheel, steering column, or instrument panel component diagnosis or service. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery (ground) cable, then wait two minutes for the airbag system capacitor to discharge before performing further diagnosis or service. This is the only sure way to disable the airbag system. Failure to follow these instructions may result in accidental airbag deployment and possible serious or fatal injury. (Refer to 24 - Heating and Air Conditioning/Controls/CONTROL, A/C and Heater - Removal).(Refer to 08 - Electrical/Clock - Removal).(Refer to 08 - Electrical/Power Windows/SWITCH, Power Window - Removal).(Refer to 24 - Heating and Air Conditioning/Distribution/OUTLET, Air - Removal).

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03 mercury grand marquis hvac air flow .-13qahwfdndst2y1hypmr2cdq-4-0.gif Item Part Number Description 1 18A318 Vacuum control motor-floor/defrost door 2 - Defrost air flow 3 18A478 Floor/defrost door 4 18476 Heater core 5 19860 Evaporator core 6 19805 Blower motor 7 - Outside air inlet 8 19A813 Air inlet door 9 18A318 Vacuum control motor-air inlet door 10 - Recirculated air inlet 11 18B545 Temperature blend door 12 18A559 Panel door 13 - Panel air flow 14 18A318 Vacuum control motor-panel door 15 - Floor air flow 16 - Vacuum from the engine intake manifold 17 19A563 A/C vacuum check valve 18 19A566 Vacuum reservoir tank and bracket 19 19980 EATC control
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vacuum lines hvac 03 grand marquis-13qahwfdndst2y1hypmr2cdq-4-2.gif Item Part Number Description 1 White Air inlet door 2 Yellow Floor/defrost door 3 Red Floor door 4 Blue Panel door 5 Black Source vacuum 6 - Not used


VACUUM APPLICATIONS CHART-ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL Switch Port Vacuum Harness Hose Color Func- tion Manual Override Selector Buttons OFF MAX A/C NORM A/C VENT FLOOR FLOOR/ DEF DEF 1 White Air inlet 2 Yellow Floor/ panel (partial) 3 Red Full floor 4 Blue Panel 5 Black
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prev.gif next.gif HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Refer to Section 1 for discharging and charging of the air conditioning system. The heating system provides heating, ventilation and defrosting for the windshield and side windows. The heater core is a heat exchanger supplied with coolant from the engine cooling system. Temperature is controlled by the temperature valve which moves an air door that directs air flow through the heater core for more heat or bypasses the heater core for less heat. Vacuum actuators control the mode doors which direct air flow to the outlet ducts. The mode selector on the control panel directs engine vacuum to the actuators. The position of the mode doors determines whether air flows from the floor, panel, defrost or panel and defrost ducts (bi-level mode).

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Recirculated air is automatically used when the electronic manual temperature control mode selector is set in the MAX A/C or OFF modes and can be selected in any mode other than MAX A/C, OFF or DEFROST by selecting the RECIRC button. Recirculated air is available in all modes except DEFROST. If the vehicle is equipped with an electronic automatic temperature control (EATC) system, recirculated air is used in OFF and is available in all modes except DEFROST. RECIRC mode is a timed function in FLOOR and FLOOR/DEFROST.
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  • side window demisters.
  • center flow-through console (if equipped).
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