Question about Mitsubishi Outlander
It sounds like the AC/heater temperature control blend door has malfunctioned, the AC/Heater control in the dash can be tested for fault codes when the light blinks, this will give direction to the problem, the dealer has to do this test, the blend door that changes air temp is the most common cause of this problem, other faults are a leak in the AC system and u are low on charge, go out under the hood and see if the AC compressor on the engine is engaging, or if it kicks on and off quickly which indicates a leak and then the cause is a low charge of refrigerant.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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