Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
The AC only works when it is set to 4 which is high. when it is on 3 it doesn't blow out anything. It is the same with just the blower and AC is off.
I had the same problem where the blower fan would only work on the "4" setting, not 1,2, or 3. The problem was the blower motor resistor block. I got the part from Oreily for about $30. To replace, start by removing the panel on the bottom of the passenger side dash. There was some kind of funky self tapping nut on a plastic post but it went on and off easy enough. Take the glove box out and locate the 2 wires coming off the blower motor. trace these back to the bundle going into the resistor block underneath. The wires (5 i think) go into a plug that plugs into the block. I unplugged the block after much frustration with the tiny plastic parts that latch the plug in (taking the block out at one point so I could see what I was dealing with but ended up putting it back in to get enough force on it to get it unplugged). Two screws hold the actual block in, unscrew these (i believe it was a 1/4 inch socket). If you bought the aftermarket part to save a buck like I did congratulations as you've just caused yourself more work. I used a file to expand the entryhole the block inserts into. Be careful not to file any plastic that may cause an air leak. the resistor block sits in the air duct to keep it cool while in use so don't leave it hang loose or you will have a potential fire hazard and an air leak reducing air flow while the fan is in use. Once you fit the new one in replace everything and you should be good to go. good luck, it took me 2 hours mostly trying to get the block unplugged. Still cheaper then the shop, which quoted me $300 for the repair.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
I recently by a 2004 sebring and the problem sometimes is the freon you have to check for leaks in the system... I need more details to give you my opinion.........
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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