Problem Description and Possible Solution
The AC condenser fan motor may fail. If this occurs the air conditioning will stop blowing cold air.
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Average mileage: 102,142 (40,000–190,000)
12 model years affected: 1999
, more2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
65 people reported this problem
AC is not cold anymore,air is blowing, but the don't hear the compressor turn on, also I notice on the Fan Speed Knob, the Close Circulation Indicator light is now BLINKING, taking it in tomorrow for service with the dealer! Anybody experience this?
The A/C fan does not work. You hear the compresson starting on the engine when powered on, but no air coming out.
My blower motor Quit working. A friend took it out. Blew it out with an air compressor and tapped it with a hammer. He said that bearing was stiff. Replaced it and it starting working again. Thankfully it was going to cost me about $600 to fix it.
The a/c would not blow cold air. The condensor had to be replaced.
My light has been blinking and i can jear the fan when the car is sitting still. It blows cold only when im doing 50+.
Fan was intermittent then quit.
My ac varies. It doesn't blow hard enough to cool the car as well as not getting cold enough.
Blows like its on high all the time. Does not blow cold air.
no cold air thought it might be low on freon so I check it was low but still should of had cool air so I added some and still not blowing cold air.
AC Condenser Fan Motor May Failed
A/c stopped blowing cold air and steering became stiff. Since the same belt is connected to both a/c compressor and power steering, when the compressor went it effected the steering. Had to have compressor replaced
Fan not blowing Cold air anymore.
A/C and defroster not blowing.
Blown ac fuses 10 minutes after replacement, blowing hot air
Fan only works randomly.....for heat and air
AC not blowing cold air anymore, heat is working however.
the fan will come on but will only blow out hot air.
Ac quit working. Found that condenser fan had seized up. They get water and or snow in them in the winter months. This causes rust inside that pushes the magnets into the stator. It is fixed by replacing the unit. $60 at a box store maybe half or less at a parts yard.
Dont know yet on diagnosis.............but it is not covered by warranty