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AC/fan suddenly stops and dinging gas gauge

  1. Shortly after I started the car yesterday the fan on the AC suddenly stops; no ac, no vent, nothing. Everything else is working; CD player, navigation, radio, wipers, etc... Just nothing out of the air vents. Could it be a fuse?
  2. regardless of how much gas is in the tank, on occasion the gas gauge drops down to empty and dings, again and again and again.

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  • orriemcc Aug 27, 2008

    Same problem just happen for me on issue number 1, AC fan suddenly stopped working. I checked all the fuses. 2005 Pacifica

  • cherteeth Oct 29, 2008




    The gas gauge fluctuates between half full and empty. The warning light keeps coming on and dinging that we have an empty tank. We just put in a half a tank of gas yesterday.


  • lisam242 Nov 19, 2008

    Hi, I have the gas gauge problem. It drops from half tank to empty and dings...the most frustrating noise when driving. I have counted the dings and have had 41 plus in 15minutes of driving. I would appreciate any advice or help anyone can offer.

    Thanks

  • dialog Mar 27, 2009

    Same problem with the gas gauge. It's fine when the tank is completely full. It starts to "drop-ding-drop-ding-drop-ding" around 1/2 tank & continues until slightly below 1/4 full. VERY annoying!!

  • durangomomma Apr 23, 2009

    I hit a hole in the road and my heater blower stopped working. Checked the fuse & it was ok. I can't believe it would burn out at that exact moment-any ideas?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    The gas gauge gets to half tank and just drops to empty.

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My fan stopped blowing too!! I was worried that my compressor had went out. The mechanic said that the blower had burned out and he charged me 169.00 for the part and 50.00 for labor.

I have a 2004 Pacifica with 58K miles.

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