2006 Chrysler 300 Q&A
2006 Chrysler 300 Question: a/c problems
You'll need to have a shop look at this to know what that cause is for sure. It may just be low on refrigerant, but you that can only be determined by removing the refrigerant and measuring how much is in the system. There may be other issues as well, like an electrical problem with a temperature/pressure sensor, cooling fan r a/c compressor. - Bret Bodas
when i use my a/c the fan clutch cycles alot refridgerant level is good
compressor and clutch are working,no sign of blown hoses,swapped every fuse,relay and C.B.. Before failure there was no smell or noise from blower. I'm pretty sure it's electrical but can't get to...
my 2006 chrysler 300 a/c control console lights not working, what may be the problem
COMPRESSOR CLUTCH WORKING. NO SIGN OF FREON LOSS. BELT OK. AC HOSES OK. NO BLOWN FUSES. NO FAN ON ANY SPEED SETTING ,INCL. HI. WITH A.C. TURNED ON,FAN SHOULD GO SOON AS IGNITION IS TURNED ON..D...
Always, when A/C is on ....We get cold air on driver side but warm air on passenger side (tested at approx 12-15 degrees difference. Fan pressure is excellent