Ac problem

Asked by Jul 04, 2016 at 05:46 PM about the Jeep Liberty

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why is my ac in my 05 jeep liberty only
blowing cold air on the highway and hot air
when stopped....and heat temp will spike
then lower when on highway again or ac is
off?

5 Answers

4,715

First, check your coolant level to make sure you are not low.

Levels are where they should be

I also..noticed my condenser fan wasn't working properly.... Could that be the cause?

4,715

Yes. If the fan is not working, not enough air will flow past the radiator at idle or slow speeds. As you accelerate, the flow rate increases with the higher speed of the vehicle and the coolant temp decreases.

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Thank u for your time...big help

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