2008 Chrysler Town & Country Q&A
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Question: Rear A/C
I have a Town & Country with front and rear a/c. The front unit blows good cold air and the rear unit blows, but not cold air. Have checked the freon level and it is good. The unit only has one compressor and uses the same freon lines from front to back, just tees off to the front unit. - Lumberjack
The rear a/c has its own evaporator and expansion valve. The expansion valve is probably defective or clogged. - toddmcc66
oh my gosh. i have the SAME car and my air went out. today i took it to an independent who i trust and he said the rear evaporator has failed. he said it is a recalled part and chrysler should repair it. so i called my chrysler dealer right away and they told me that i already had that recalled part replaced. they said it would be $120 to look at my car (the independent did it free of charge). they said it might not be the rear evaporator. the independent said that since chrysler has had so many problems with this part, a separate manufacturer has come out with a part that effectively shuts down the rear unit and then the front unit can work. he said that part is about $85 and with installation, total cost would be about $149. so i can pay $149 and have air conditioning pretty good or pay $120 at the dealer and have nothing done and then get nailed by the dealer's high cost with whatever the dealer would be doing. HELP. i am confused and need some advice! - Visitor
I AM LOOKING FOR THE A/C HOSE ONLY ON THE HIGH PRESSURE SIDE
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