Question about 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager
I have a 1997 plymouth grand voyager. When I turn on my air conditioner, I do not receive any cold air only hot air.I used to receive cold out a couple of months ago but even then it would only blow cold for about fifteen minutes then freeze up.Can anyone tell me what to do to be able to fix the problem and have my cold air blowing again Details My 1997 plymouth grand voyager air conditioner is not blowing cold air. It only blows out hot air and when i turn a/c off, i start smelling a burning scent coming through the vent. How can i fix th problem so that my a/c can be able to blow cold air when turned on snowball. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT TO DO TO FIX THIS PROBLEM.
This could be a hole in an AC line trace or have the lines traced replace and replaced Freon
Posted on Nov 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a shorted engine harness, this is not common but it does happen, heat and engine movement cause damage to the harness, this is most common on hi miler cars and vans, the only way to fix it is to start by looking anywhere the harness rubs, that is where the damage occurs.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
check your coolant leval. and have the thermostat replace if the collant is ok in the radiator and holding tank
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
with the engine warmed up + the heater on fan off check the heater control valve make sure it's not
physicaly damaged then have somone turn the heat
on+off if it is vacum controled pull vac line make sure you have vacum+it starts and stops if it is mechanical you can see if it works or not still the
best test is to pull the valve + blow through it if it's
vacum leave the line on to open and close it
if the valve works it is most likely a pluged heater
core. if you're gonna DIY stop by the library and
check out a chilton/moter/mitchells or haynes
repair manual or you can go to any auto parts store
and buy the haynes repair manual specific to your
car for about $10.00 any of these books will give
you the step by steps and diagrams you need to
do the job. hope this helps any other ? gimme a
shout good luck
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
One of two probable problems:
1. The Heater / Air Condition Control is going bad or is bad.
a. Disconnect the negative side of the battery.
b. Remove the Heater / AC face plate off the front. To do this: Remove the two (2) screws on the top lip of the plate.
c. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the rear of the Control Module.
2. The Heater Core is defective and needs to be replaced.
Sorry, but it has to be noted that the dealer or repair shop ($$) can diagnose the system at the Heater / AC Control Module. Also, after you replace this Module: a diagnostic and re-calibration tests are needed to be performed.
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Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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