Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
There is a flap that directs the air. the flap is controlled by a vacuum actuator. This is located inside the venting. The actuator is connected to little vacuum hoses that attach to the temperature control switch. Either the flap is stuck, or the actuator has gone bad.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Maybe your dashboard vents are clogged, obstructed or stuck in close position somehow.
If not, check the air hoses that carry the cooled air to the main vents are not clogged, bent, ripped or simply detached.
If its practical for you, check if they are correctly placed, clean and general conditions are ok if you can.
If above are not the issue, go to check outlets of the A/C unit, its filters for the possible reason.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Most of the time it's because the cooling system is not completly full just a quart low will make it do this and if it's low theres a leak somewhere so it needs to be found and fixed. as simple as the hse from the raditor cap to the resivoir or the cap being bad or just dirtly. If anything appears dirtly not clear fluild green or red but clear then you need to flush the system. and then make sure its filled completly and recheck after youve drove it as its diffacult to get all and air out and your problem will be corrected.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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