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Where to put freon in town & country 2007 ?cant locate low end of compressor!

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SOURCE: I need to recharge my air condition on 2006 town & country van

In front of the engine, about a foot down from the top and beside the alternator (Passenger side). The port nearest the hood hinge on passenger side and enar hte back ot he engine is the high side. Its a bit larger in dimension than the low side.

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SOURCE: Location of low side port for 2005 town &

look near the radiator follow the line from the reciever dryer till you find it, on some they put the low side on the compresor line near the compressor, and some way low by the radiator.

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I found a sticker after looking under the hood with the AC information.


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SOURCE: does the 1998 TOWN AND COUNTRY have a factory amp

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Yes there is a pre-amp that powers your system, it is actually bolted onto the back of the deck ( radio) . If you pull the radio out of the dash and look on the rear of it there will be a shiny silver block with heat sinks in it that is the amp. you can remove and re-install and new one if you need. Just make sure that you re-apply die electric silicone between the mounting surfaces. If you remove the amp from the back then the radio will probably not function at all. They are hard wired into radio itself. You must solder the new terminals back into the board if you change the amp. hope this helps, let me know if you need any other assistence. thank you for using fixya and dont forget to rate

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AC compressor clutch wont engage

Compressor will not run if freon charge low. If you want it to run supply direct power and ground to back of compressor. I do not recommend a home recharge as you will not be able to evacuate the moisture in the system and inject adequate amounts of oil

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Where is the low sde a/c port on a 2007 3.8 Chrysler T & C Minivan? I can't find it.

You need a repair shop that does A/C work

If you have to add to the system-you know that how?

If that is the case, it leaked out & your poluting the air
& plan on adding more, so it can leak out also!

Has to be leak tested & find out what issues there may be

A/C work is NOT for the home owner & not for some auto
repair folks either ,without training & system knowledge

Freon ---WAS a Dupont only trade name,No longer used

Add a little?
How much,how would you know how much?
Could you hurt your self-yes
Would you let air into the system & ruin it-you bet you would

Jul 15, 2014 | 2007 Chrysler Town & Country LX New Cars

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A/C just quit running compressor not kicking in - wondering if it is the relay switch? Where might that be located? Any other suggestions?

Probably not the relay switch, they rarely go bad. Most common problem, low freon. second is the high pressure switch. The high pressure switch is mounted in the metal part of the A/C lines. The third is the compressor itself going bad.

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I have a 2006 Chrysler Town and Country. It blows air, but not cold air when AC is engaged. We put a test light on the AC clutch, no power. We swapped fuses and fuse relays, still not results. Not sure...

Low or no refrigerant will keep the compressor from getting power to prevent damage to the compressor. I would make sure the system has freon in it first.

Jun 06, 2011 | 2006 Chrysler Town & Country

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2002 Chrysler Town & Country air conditioner only blows out hot air. Filled it with freon, but did not help. What else could be wrong with it?

How do you know it needed freon, without gauges its hard to know, most people add freon because its not cold and that may not be the problem, in turn they cause more damage to the system,these vans are famous for leaks.check all the fuses,then jump the low preasure cycling switch and see if compressor truns on,youll need to look at the clutch to see it turn,then the next step is to check the lowside and highside preasures,

Jun 11, 2010 | 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

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Location of low side port for 2005 town &

look near the radiator follow the line from the reciever dryer till you find it, on some they put the low side on the compresor line near the compressor, and some way low by the radiator.

Aug 08, 2009 | 2005 Chrysler Town & Country

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A/C compressor won't turn on

yes it could....could also be a bad low pressure switch or you may have a freon leak and lost all of the refrigerant

Apr 18, 2009 | 2006 Chrysler Town & Country

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