1992 Chrysler newyorker

Asked by Brandyn Jan 15, 2019 at 10:36 AM about the 1992 Chrysler New Yorker Salon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay folks so as we know is cold as can be
outside. I recently purchased a 1992 Chrysler
newyorker in hope of reliable transportation.
It’s doing that just fine. But when I get in the
car and turn the key on when I move the air
selector switch nothing happens no heat no
ac no air coming thru the vents at all. I’ve
tested the blower motor and it works. No
fuses are blown.... help?

1 Answer

When the car is running, is it rough? Does the cruise control "leak"? It's been awhile but I don't think it will work unless the be key is on. Start and see if it solves the problem. As far as the other things that are mentioned, the AC vent control operates on vaccum supplied by a small rubber line that goes into a cap on the brake booster, check if it is tight in the cap. Check the vacuum lines on the bottom of your rectangular vaccum box and the vaccum lines on the top of the throttle body. These will make the motor run rough and cause the cruise control to "leak". Hope these suggestions help.

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