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#9 of 51 2005 Pacifica air freezes up after 30 miles
Jun 12, 2009 (12:57 pm)
My air freezes after 30 miles. I shut it off for 30 more and it is restored. I had the refrigerant levels checked, and my mechanic swears the evaporator temperature sensor is bad, the clutch never disengages. We have a pretty good diagram on where & how, but can't find the sensor. He found a cover at the right spot on the expansion valve with a bit of rubber under and nothing under that. No wires either. Two local Chrysler dealers were called, but no help.
Does anybody remember being there?
#10 of 51 is it easy
Jul 14, 2009 (6:48 am)
is replacing a blower motor in a 04 Pacifica easy or will I need a mechanic?
#11 of 51 A/C Probs w/ Pacifica 05
Jul 31, 2009 (11:09 am)
A/C works intermitently. Blows Cold air (40 degrees), works fine but periodically it will begin blowing warm air. After a some period of time i.e, 30mins, 1 hour or what ever, it will begin blowing cold again. Some times when I switch if\t off and back on, it will work, most times not. When I start the car after its been off for a while, it works, sometimes not. Freon fine, only one code showed up once, referring to the a/c clutch not getting power(???). Two different garages checked, one was a dealer, no luck. any ideas?
Aug 10, 2009 (10:12 am)
I have a 2005 pacific. A few months ago the control panel for the climate control stopped working. you can still turn the a/c on, but you can not control temp, where the air is directed, fan speed, or even turn on the rear air.
Could you help?
#14 of 51 A/C Vents
Aug 27, 2009 (11:44 am)
I have an 05 Pacifica. The vanes on the vents in the dash will move up and down easily but right to left they are very tight. One is stuck and will not move. Can this be corrected without tearing into the dash? Is there a lubricant that will not damage the plastic or nylon parts?
#15 of 51 Re: FAN WON'T STOP BLOWING [rgainey]
Sep 21, 2009 (7:07 pm)
Hi, did you ever find a solution to this problem? I am having the same issue.
#16 of 51 Climate Control Panel
Sep 28, 2009 (4:55 am)
On Aug. 10 2009 jeraldjr87 posted a question about his climate controls not working. I am having the same problem. 1/2 of the controls work and 1/2 don't. The Chrysler dealer said some part (please let me know the name someone!) and the removal of the dashboard to fix it would cost about 1000.00. I hope there is a better way.
Can someone tell me the Part name, and if the dashboard needs to be removed.
#17 of 51 Coiling Coil Freezing Up????
Sep 30, 2009 (3:42 pm)
I have a 2005 Pacifica AWD. With the A/C on, the air flow will stop after a while especially when the ambient temperature in the cabin is not hot enough to keep the coils from freezing. It happens at this time of year but not in the summer heat when the inside of the car is hot. I do use the A/C now because of the radient heat from the sun and it is just plain old needed.
Anyone have this issue and a resolution?
#18 of 51 2004 HVAC - lost fan control
Oct 18, 2009 (3:33 pm)
My 2004 Pacifica HVAC system has stopped functioning properly. The fan runs at top speed, no matter what temperature is requested. In the auto or manual, all I can change is the temperature and output port. I can not change the fan speed regardless of the temperature requested or trying to change the fan speed.
I noticed that when I try to turn off the system, the fan appears to run even faster! Bottom line, I can't slow it down and I can't stop it!
Any ideas what has failed? I kind of expect repairs not to be cheap, but does anyone know the ballpark for repairs?