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#1 of 232 refrigerent check/refill
May 27, 2007 (5:03 pm)
i've got an 02 eddie bauer. this weekend i began to notice a smell coming from the a/c when you first turn it on. it also takes longer for the system to get to an acceptable cool temp. definitely different than normal.
i go to walmart and buy a canister of refrigerent with attached gauge connector hose and i can't find the port to connect the connector to. i have a jeep wrangler and readily found the correct port on it but all i see on the ford is the "upper" a/c port. the canister says to look for the "lower" port.
can someone tell me where this "lower" port is?
#3 of 232 Ford Expedition A/C Problem
Jun 06, 2007 (5:57 pm)
I have a 2004 Expedition Eddie Bauer. The A/C suddenly started blowing warm air. I checked all the controls and stopped and retarted the system numerous times with the same result. It's blowing warm air out the rear a/c as well. Fuse numbers 11 & 13 checked out OK. Any ideas would could be wrong? Thanks.
#4 of 232 Re: Ford Expedition A/C Problem [truetide]
Jun 25, 2007 (2:41 pm)
I have a 2003 Expedition Eddie Bauer with similar problems. I took it to the dealer and it was fixed. They commented that there was a leak at the condensor core and o-rings at high side liquid line fittings.
#5 of 232 Re: refrigerent check/refill [couglt]
Jul 08, 2007 (11:41 am)
Hello: I just wondering if you ever got an answer to your wonder about the charge port for the expedition i got the same problem, please let me know if you found the port . Thanks in advance; weldmech
#7 of 232 2001 Ford Expedition Rear Air Conditioner Problems
Feb 21, 2006 (7:25 pm)
Need assistance, looking for the electrical diagram for a 2001 Expedition, XLT Sport Edition. Took the truck 3 months ago to get the oil changed, all of the sudden the rear a/c stopped blowing cold air. A week ago I did my own oil change and noticed a loose connector underneath and I am asking myself if this has to do something with the A/C situation. This connector is nearby the drain plug. Looking for the diagram in order to troubleshoot it.
#8 of 232 2002 Ford Explorer Rear Air Conditioner Problem
May 07, 2006 (4:49 am)
I have a noise with my rear air in my 02 Explorer. It sounds like a pump or something pulsating. Its a constant click, click, click. The engine does not have to be on, just the ignition. The rear air still blows cold. I pulled the panel off in the rear and it feels like its coming from a clear colored part behind the air unit. I unplugged the rear air to get rid of the annoying noise. When it started it would continue for about 30 minutes and then go away. Now it does not go away.
If anyone has any idea's on what this might be, I'd love to hear them.
#10 of 232 Re: 2002 Ford Explorer Rear Air Conditioner Problem [jminier]
Jun 25, 2006 (2:47 pm)
I have just stumbled upon your problem while trying to search for the part to repair my exact same problem. My noise presented itself in almost the same way, however, occasionally the kids in the back would complain that the A/C was blowing hot air. The culprit in my 2003 explorer seems to be the air temperature mixer control for the rear air. There are two controllers on the rear air unit...one to control the air direction (up or down) and the other to control the air temp. They are both constructed of white/clear opaque plastic. The air temp. controller went bad on mine...it appears to have stripped a gear inside the sealed unit. I checked it by removing the unit from the main blower housing and plugging it back in. It did not click until I grabbed the shaft that goes into the mixer door on the housing. It felt as if it had stripped out and would not move when I was holding it with my fingers and just click. I guess the only way to repair is to replace the controller (don't know the cost yet, but it appears it is a dealer part and is probably expensive! ) I guess you have had the cover off to at least see these from your description of your problem. You have to remove two bolts and one nut to loosen the housing from the Explorer body enough to pull it out far enough to remove the controller(s)-- (3 screws hold them on) . You could just unplug the elec. connector to this controller to stop the noise as a temp. fix. Hope this helps!!!">