Question about 2010 Jeep Liberty
The air conditioner only seems to be working/blowing through the bottom vents, and not the main vents.
Usually a sign of a stuck blend door under the dash.
Could be a faulty blend door actuator, or the main controller.
You may need a shop manual to make the repairs since this is generally beyond the abilities of a DIY repair book.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
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.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
sound like you have a bad blower resister some have a module next to the fan on the passenger side by your feet there is a resister that is inserted in to the blower box or black box that is a module that is inserted that neads to be changed
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
half can is low, possible cause is that fill port is clogged happens when u put sealer in sometimes, but it sounds like your system is under charged check pressure, if no reading port is clogged change port, low reading add freon,
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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