Whether you want to cool down in the summer months, or help you clear the fog from your windshield in the winter, air conditioning in cars has become an almost obligatory feature lately. But what if the air conditioning in an Chrysler Town & Country isn’t cold anymore? This is exactly the question we will try to answer on this page. First, we’ll look at the various complications that can prevent the air conditioning in your Chrysler Town & Country from cooling down, and at last, we’ll check out the solutions available to you to handle this problem.
WHY IS THE AIR CONDITIONING IN MY Chrysler Town & Country NO LONGER COLD?
We will begin our guidebook with the symptoms that can justify that the air conditioning of your Chrysler Town & Country is no longer cooling.
BAD AIR CONDITIONING SMELL in my Chrysler Town & Country air con
One of the fairly common clues that can notify you to the fact that your air conditioning is not working is if you have a musty or damp smell inside your motor vehicle, and yes, a bad smell can be a warning of a defective air conditioning system, it can be lasting or only present when you turn on your air conditioning. To find a solution to this malfunction, we advise you to read our guidebook dedicated to bad air conditioning odors on Chrysler Town & Country.
AIR CONDITIONING NOISE ON Chrysler Town & Country
One of the other indicators that can inform you to a failing air conditioner is that you feel a strange noise is coming on when you turn on your air conditioner (feel free to approach the vents to check for any dubious noise). This noise could signify a defective air conditioning clutch or a defective customer compressor.
LOSS OF PRESSURE IN THE AIR CONDITIONING CIRCUIT
Actually quite tricky to identify without advanced mechanical knowledge, a loss of pressure in your car’s air conditioning system can result in your air conditioning no longer making cold. There are some possible causes for this loss of pressure, and these are listed down below:
- Leakage of refrigerant gases
- nonfunctioning air conditioning compressor
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM THAT DOESN’T WORK AT ALL on my Chrysler Town & Country
At last, it’s possible that the air conditioning in your Chrysler Town & Country is no longer cold just because your air conditioning system is no longer functioning. Here are the different origins of an air conditioning system that no longer functions:
- Compressor pulley HS: The compressor will be out of power and the circuit will be stopped.
- Overpressure problem: This will bring about the device to trip.
- Defective sensor: As with overpressure, the air-conditioning system will switch to safe mode.
HOW DO I RESOLVE THE AIR CONDITIONING ON MY Chrysler Town & Country THAT IS NO LONGER COOLING?
Now that we have been capable to discover the main causes of a Chrysler Town & Country air conditioning system that no longer cools down, we are going to present you the various solutions available to you . First of all, you should know that an air conditioning system is complicated, and that wanting to perform repairs yourself is not always the best idea, assuming that you are sure of the origin of the breakdown. However, here are the main possible repairs and an estimate of their cost.
First step, before carrying out any major fix, clean the air conditioning of your Chrysler Town & Country, don’t hesitate to check out our focused upon article on this subject.
If this is not enough, bleed and refill the coolant, which should cost you around 100aine euros.
Replacing the air conditioning clutch: you will need to spend around 150 euros for parts and around 100 euros more for labour.
Searching for and repairing an air conditioning leak: based on the position of the leak it will cost you more or less, count on average 150/200 euros, counting the air conditioning refill.
Replacement of an air conditioning condenser: you will need to count about 200 euros.
Replacing the air conditioning gas compressor on Chrysler Town & Country costs about 500 euros with labor.
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