Q: Air conditioner blowing warm and cool air

asked by on February 03, 2016

The air conditioner is blowing warm and cool air.

The A/C system on these vehicles may have a problem with the A/C controls that would require replacing the A/C control module, and then programming it to work on your vehicle and having an A/C recharge. This is all information from a manufacturer technical bulletin number 24-007-08 dated October 29th 2008. If you already had this done then the system would need to checked for another possible issue. I recommend you have a mechanic like one from YourMechanic diagnose your AC issue to determine exactly what needs to be repaired.

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