Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
When I turn on the air conditioner on my 2002 town and country, and shift it to drive or reverse I hear a loud noise under the hood, but as I accelerate the noise goes away until I stop again. What could it be the problem?
What kind of noise? If it's like a squeal it is a lose belt. If it's more like a clunk it's the transmission shifting and you just happen to notice it more because of the higher RPM the motor is at with the AC on. Try getting the vehicle moving with out the AC on then turning it on after you are moving to see if you get the same sound. If it's a squeal you have a loose belt that needs replacement or tightening.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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