On my 2003 Chrysler Town & Country when I switch from heat to A/C it does not cool. What could be the problem.

Cfarebaptiste
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Asked by Cfarebaptiste May 01, 2013 at 03:27 PM about the 2003 Chrysler Town & Country Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The fan is working fine and there is enough freon in the system.

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kbro
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are you sure about the freon? have you had it professionally checked with a machine? does the A/C compressor run? does it run and shut off quickly? many things to check here need more info.

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tenspeed
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You should be hearing the electric compressor engaging. If not, start by checking the fuse.

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slycaulfey
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The LXI and Limited edition only are equipped with automatic climate control. Instead of using a low pressure cut out they use a transducer switch located next to the accumulator where the high side port is. Close to passenger rear fender well. This is known to malfunction and can't be checked with a ohm meter, you need a tech 2 device. It will stop the compressor from operating even though there is enough refrigerant in the system. That is anything over 60 psi. The transducer switch is about $60. Simply unscrew from valve. Will not blow the charge, not on tight, use a pliers. If that does not work then it's the control head itself.

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