Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
The air conditioner on our 2001 Liberty LS just STOPPED working after a 10 hr.trip.Has 86,000 and was fine until we turned it off,When we turned it back on it now blows hot air.We noticed LOTS of clear,odorless liquid under the vehicle and there is no overheating indication.We are 750 miles away from home! Help!
thank you very much,
Wade and Shelia
Per the above,the a/c has been fine since this happened?Could it have 'frozen' up,as we have heard from several people due to the lengthy time it was on?(10-11 solid hrs.)
But,thanks for the advice and what a GREAT site this is!!!
Wade and Shelia
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Check the cooling fan relay. Have a guy(or girl) at an auto part store (AutoZone, etc..) hook up a diagnostic code reader to the hookup uner the steering column dash. I replaced mine, but it was timely and alittle tricky. If you have some tech ability, you can do it, but if not, it will probably be about $350.
If you let the jeep run with the a/c on, look at the cooling fan and see if it cycles on after a few minutes. If it doesnt, it could be the relay, if it does come on, then it could be a condensor prob.
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