Loud clicking from the passenger dash area when I turn on the ac or heater and also loud clicking periodically if it's been on a long time. I also here the same loud clicking periodically when the car is turned off. I don't know how to fix this ?? Help
Whenever I push the button to Circulate the A/C it clicks from the passenger side for about 15 seconds. If I don't have the circulation button pushed, it works just fine. Has anyone found a solution to this that doesn't involve taking it in to the dealer? This is a great car, but this is terribly annoying more than anything. Also did it get worse for anyone, or is it just the noise. I noticed that even with the noise it still blows cool. I could just get used to it if it stays cool.
I unplugged two small wires going to "air re-circulation actuator" and problem went away! Had to determine exactly where trouble was coming from but decided it did not matter if the air was "OUTSIDE" or "RECIRCULATED"> Everything works fine now with NO CLICKING!!! Simply crawl under glove compartment, remove cover that hides fan motor, reach up and unplug clip holding two wires to actuator!
I have a 2012 Chrysler 200. The clicking started when I had my AC or heat on. Now when I lock and unlock my door (even if car if off) the clicking continues. Chrysler needs to own up to this and do a recall. I have not brought it to the dealer yet, I was going to check with a local place first.
Loud clicking sound coming from the right side of the dashboard when the AC is turned onto "recirculate". When not on that setting, no clicking. Seems many people have reported the same thing, but looks like repair is extremely expensive. Also just recently lost AC fan settings 1, 2, and 3. Fan now works on high only. Obviously there are some AC/fan problems in this model.
car makes loud noise on passenger side while car is off. as for loosing power for the ac blowing cold air for only a few seconds then going and blowing straight hot air it is the atc (or whatever it is called) sensor that is located between radiator and fan towards bottom on passenger side. there are two i had to replace one in mine. I took my car to O'reily's and the connected the computer diagnostic up for the info and that's what they told me it was and it cost for one about $14 for just one. Mine was hanging so it was easy to tell which one needed to be replaced.
Turning fan Off is when I first noticed the problem (around 80K miles), figuring it was a weak spring, cracked housing, or leaky vacuum/pressure actuator I left it on and turned the fan speed down. Sometimes I can get it to turn off without the noise, but then turning the fan on causes the noise to be heard again, so again, I leave it on.
Would be nice for Chrysler to own up to this common problem and get it fixed for us!