I am having a problem where the A/C is working fine but the air is not blowing out of the dashboard vents. I can feel very cold air leaking out, and I can hear the blower motor working just fine, but the air is not coming out of the vents. I also find an excess accumulation of water under the car after running the A/C. I'm assuming I have a clogged evaporator line that is causing my problem but don't know where to start to fix it. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
A/C Vents not blowing air on 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
by BrianV in Port Orange, FL on June 25, 2010
ANSWER by Johnny Mopar , August 10, 2010
The HVAC Control head, mode control actuator or mode control door may be broken or defective. Refer to a qualified dealership for diagnosis. As for the "excessive accumulation of water under the car, this is normal especially in your area with the high humidity. The A/C is designed to remove moisture from the air, thus the condensate drains out of the vehicle via drain tube on the right side of the vehicle.