Chrysler Sebring convertible - A/C and Heat fan only works on high settings

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Asked by Jun 03, 2014 at 02:50 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Base Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put two lower settings on and nothing, 2 higher settings and the a/c and heat works fine.  This is a new problem for me.  Is this the ac/heating control unit and if so, what is the estimated cost of repair.  

Hoping this is a cheap repair because my car has 138,000 miles on it and I don't want to spend much money.

Help please.

Thank you.

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Try going to a junk yard and get a control setup from the dash of another sebring or stratus try that as a replacement. That happened to my 02 sebring and it worked fine after. should only cost $20-$40 depending where you go.

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Thank you so much. What is the control set up called? I may call my local mechanic guy and ask him what they'll charge. Is it called the heater/air conditioner control setup or is there another name for this?

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Heater Instrument Panel. Don't let them charge you too much. to replace it, all they do is remove the face plate around the radio and panel ( no screws involved ) then the unplug to 2 wires attached and unscrew 4 screws to remove and replace it. it's an easy 10 minute fix.

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