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I have a 2005 chrysler town & country the a.c. works great most of the time, but sometimes it will start cycling from cold to hot @ the vents.

My mom has your same vehicle and hers is doing the same thing. I am going to pick up a cheap pair of needle nose vise grip pliers from Harbor Freight and clamp them on the heater hose. The heater control valve is allowing heated coolant to enter the heater core, so it acts like the heater and the A/C are on together, at the same time. This will save the expense of having the heater control valve replaced. Then in the fall when you need heat again, just remove the pliers.

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Sounds like your heater core is clogged. Would you like instructions for replacing it? It requires removal of the steering column and dash. Alternatively, you can try to back-flush the heater core by removing the hoses at the firewall and hooking a garden hose up to the lower port with splice and some clamps. Let me know if you have any questions or would like the instructions.

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However: At increased speeds the engine may be heating what little fluid there is to a point to supply heat to the heater core, and register on the temperature sensor.

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