Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
If there is only 1 compressor in the vehicle, and I believe that is the case, you have a duct or vacum problem. The other option would be a switch problem if there were a second coil for the rear AC . If this is the case it is possible the Switch on the front Coil is not opening. Your best bet, assuming you want to fix this yourself, is to get a Haynes repair manual on the vehicle so you have the instructions on how to by pass the switch. The bad part here is if that is the case you will need a shop to replace it since technically you are supposed to use a recovery system anytime you drain the freon. I have no doubt the front coil is the most likely candidate for the problem if there are 2 coils. If there is only 1 coil then you have a duct or vacum problem.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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