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Flahin led's i have the a/c and recirca leds flashing simultaneously how do i rectify this

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Had the same thing in a Dodge Caravan.

There is a self diagnostic that can be performed to reset the lights. This occurs when ever there is a loss of power (ie battery unplugged / replaced). To correct, run the self diagnostic. With the ac on high press and hold three buttons at the same time. Not sure which ones any longer but believe they were the three lower buttons on the left that are in a vertical line. If you do the correct ones, the system will begin to change the air flow to the floor and defrost and back again (you can release buttons when the light pattern changes or the air flow changes). Once complete the light will be off and back to normal
I used to have this printed out but I no longer have the van. I searched for the problem and they suggested holding the rear wiper on and the rear wash button with the ac on full stating that it would run the diagnostic. I could have sworn it was three buttons but try a few combinations and you should run across it.

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OK got your message on the other post (About the van) I am assuming that your Voyager is equipped with Automatic Climate Control. Follow the instructions below and you will get a better idea of what is wrong with your system.

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1. To enter calibration/diagnostics test, set parking brake. Start and warm engine to normal operating temperature. With engine idling, turn blower switch to high. Turn mode switch to panel. Open all outlets. Move temperature to full cold.
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1998 dodge caravan. AC problem. My AC doesnt work, the lights on the dash are blinking. I took the Van to C-Tire to get the AC recharged as the AC clutch was not turn when the van is running. C-tire did a...


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CALIBRATION/DIAGNOSTICS TEST ENTRY
TO INITIATE TESTS:
Set Blower motor ON HIGH
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the climate control panel has come out of calibration..
to re-calibrate it you need to have
Set Blower motor ON HIGH
Set Mode position to Panel
Open all A/C outlets
Set Temperature to Cold (Both slide pots if equipped)
Depress WASH and REAR WIPER button simultaneously for 5 Seconds (Until all LED's light)

All LED's will turn on for 5 Seconds
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Sounds like the HVAC control head needs to be recalibrated. The procedure is fairly easy, Heres how its done:

CALIBRATION/DIAGNOSTICS TEST ENTRY
TO INITIATE TESTS:
Set Blower motor ON HIGH
Set Mode position to Panel
Set Temperature to Cold (Both slide pots if equipped)
Depress WASH and REAR WIPER button simultaneously for 5 Seconds (Until all LED's light)
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After that the lights should go out and everything should work properly as long as everything is in proper working order.

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