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Rear A/C and Heat

I don't know how to switch my Rear Heating to Air Conditioning. It only seems like it does it by itself but so far it has not changed. All of my fuses are fine.

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  • urban23496 May 28, 2008

    yes i do know that the front drivers temperature settings change this. But i will try to look the motor the switches from the heat to A/C Thank for the help!

  • Trannymacc Jun 26, 2008

    In my 1999 Chrysler town & country the air contidion does not blow cold air. there is air blowing out but it is warm to say the most. I was wondering if there is common problems with this year make and model. The person that i bought it of the other day said that she recharged the air, but when i got it there was nothing cold about it. I am hoping it is just a bad hose or something



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The rear heat setting runs off of the front drivers temp setting. Anything above halfway to full hot is heat, anything below that is a/c. If it isn't switching, one of the motors in the rear may be bad.

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