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Re: 2007 dodge charger air condition
The blower motor is probably gone, or the fuse went. check the fuses first. if not it is going to be a complete pain to get to the blower motor yourself, and then to replace it. just take it to the shop.
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On a vehicle 11 years old, I would say put gauges on it & then leak test it. Most likely has a leak & is low on refrigerant & when you move ,you put too many BTU's across the evaporator from the cabin & it is not at 40 degress to remove the heat
you cant adjust it ,this requires the dealers computer to re set it,or a phyiscal control has packed up like a vacumn pipe has split where it pushes onto the valve that controls the flap in the heater unit.
Check your coolant level. Service it if it is low. If it looks like it's at the proper level, check to make sure all air is bled out of the cooling system. There should be a bleeder fitting near the front of the engine, probably close to where the upper radiator hose connects. With the engine running, slowly open the bleeder to let air escape. When you see just coolant coming out, close it again. Do this every couple of minutes until no more air comes out.