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Air conditioner Changed the compressor and orface tube and air conditioner still will not come on. Back vents will not work at all. blower don't work.

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I suspect it's the control panel inside the car.get one from EBAY for $25

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Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Air conditioner works but not blowing out the vents

Check the air directing servo motors under the glove box. they are 2 black boxes about 3"x3". you have to clean the contacts of grease with contact cleaner spray or alcohol.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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SOURCE: air conditioner vents only work on the floor vents.

being that it a dodge product they probably have used a vacuum based motor to switch where the air comes from. If this is the case then you must have leak somewhere. These are not easy to find they can take a lot of time or be quick it depends on the leak. to clarify does the heat or vent come out the top? is it supposed to?

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Air conditioner suddenly stops blowing cold and

If you are absolutely confident the AC compressor is not kicking out on low pressure then it is the blend door actuator.

The blend door determines how much air blows through the heater core or evaporator.

The actuator can be purchased at dealer and maybe at a local part store.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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