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A/C blows cold in rear but not in front

The a/c unit blows cold air in the rear, but blows warm in the front. The refriderant level checks out ok. What could be causing this problem?

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  • Russell Reinhard
    Russell Reinhard Sep 13, 2008

    on my 2002 T&C the front air vents are cold on the right side but the left side and center vents are slightly warm. I think both sides of the rear vents are cold too. I suspected that a valve was leaking some of the left a/c air to pass through the heater first. I was hoping it was something I uld fix myself.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Rear ac fan blows but the front ac fan does not blow at all

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I am going to assume that this van has dual climate control. the most likely cause is a broken door and unless you are in a position to remove the freon and the dash you need to find a dealer or good independant to repair it.

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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Sounds like the doors in the heater housing are not directing the airflow in the correct direction. The most likely cause is the a/c and heater control panel in the dash is bad. They are a sealed electronic assembly and are replaced complete.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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