Question about 1994 Chrysler Town & Country
When it gets warm , open the hood and watch the ac compressor , is the clutch still engaged and the front of ac compressor spinning , is the large tube out the back very cold , the other tube should be hot or warm.
if the air is warm but the ac is working correctly under hood then you have a issue with the vacuum controls on the inside of car.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air Conditioning
it sounds to me that one of the cables or servos is loose or faulty causing one or more of the direction flaps to be left open or closed ,whatever the case may be ..hope this helps
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
SOURCE: air conditioning
On a w body car with a single temp adjustment control (not a dual zone) your problem should be a low refrigerant charge. Due to the design of this evaporator, a low refrigerant charge will cause the furthest areas from the inlet and outlet hoses (the drivers side) to not remove the heat from the incoming air. This allows the air on the drivers side to be outside temp but refrigerated on the passenger side. In cars with Dual Zone controls you must not only verify the refrigerant charge level, but also check the mode doors which control the air flow and regulate the temp. To check the refrigerant level do not use pressure gauges alone. Verify a proper charge level by checking the temperature of the two aluminum lines going in to the firewall of the vehicle. With the A/C set to high the temperatures should be within 5 degrees of each other. If not, then there is a charge issue. I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
sounds like a damper door in the front not working properly, these are actuated by the front temp control, the door is operated by either a manual cable, and electric actuator, or vacuum. I hope this helps you zero in on your problem. Merry Christmas
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
You should check to see if the a/c heater fan motor has power first. If it does, then the motor is most likely bad. If there is no power there then the fan relay, usually mounted on the firewall in engine compartment may be the culprit. They have been known to get very hot and start to melt internally, causing failure of power to the fan motor. I have replaced three of these relays and finally had to replace the socket connector as well.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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