The passenger side actually feels just a little bit cooler then the driver side does. Blows fine, it's just cool air coming out. The temp does not increase or decrease when you change the climate control settings. Could it be just a clogged cabin filter? Does it need to be charged with freon? Could it all be in my climate control switch?
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2005 Dodge Grand Caravan Question: The ac blows but not very cold. Freon? Cabin filter? Dual climate control switch
SOUNDS LIKE A LOW FREON ISSUE IF IT WERE THE CABIN AIR FILTER YOU WOULD HAVE AIR RESTRICT FROM VENTS. START BY HAVING THE FREON CK'D