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Air Conditioner Vents Not Working

I have a 2005 Pacifica which 30,000 miles. A couple of months ago there was a loud noise when running the A/C on high like something was stuck in the intake. Now the vents in the front dash aren't working (floor and windshield vents work great as well as vents in the back).

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  • wjh_1 Jun 22, 2008

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  • LookinGood Jun 23, 2008

    I have a 2004 Pacifica. I have the same problem. No air flow is coming out of the dash vents. The air flow is great with the floor and rear vents. HELP!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    I have a 2005 Pacifica and the A/C works great, but only blows to the rear, defrost and floor; not outof the front vents. Any ideas what may need to be replace? Like a control switch or motor?

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    I had the same problem. Fortunately, it was under warranty. I know that they had to replace the blower motor(s) in the dash, but I don't have the technical info.

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The problem is the air conditioner vent door motors have gone out. There are several of these motors that open and close them allowing the air to move to different parts of the car. Since it is electronic, there are motors that open and close these doors. Unfortunately, these motors are not cheap to replace.

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AIR BLOWER RUNNING ALL THE TIME, ONLY STOPS WHEN YOU TURN THE CAR OFF. 2004 PACIFICA

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The air filter is located on the passenger side under the dash to the right when you look under the dash the best filters you can buy are k&g filter these filters are pricy the intake filter is 50 dollars the a/c filter is 40 dollars the good thing is that they are washable and you will never have to buy another filter when you use the a/c and it is only bringing in air from the outside it also allows for leaves and small particules to flow in to the a/c filter you are suppose to change a/c filter 1once amonth just like a home a/c filter

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I have the same car (touring), the problem is the filter is dirty. Yes, this model has a filter on the front passenger side, very difficult to remove. Debris and even a mouse was in there when I took it to the dealer. This filter should be replaced once a year... hope this helps....

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

Where is the a/c air filter located in a 2005 pacifica?

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

You may need to change the air conditioner filters

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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