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A/C Blowing Oddly in my 03 Mountaineer!

Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by cedarwoodron, July 14, 2011.

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    1. cedarwoodron

      cedarwoodron New Member

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      I recently added refrigerant to my a/c system, as it had been blowing lukewarm. Then, yesterday, the drivers side and the left center ports were blowing warm while the passenger side center and passenger right ports were blowing cold. Any one have a clue on this???

      Thanks in advance for any advice.
       
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      I had the same problem with my '03 Explorer. Add more refrigerant.
       
    4. JoshMcMadMac

      JoshMcMadMac Well-Known Member

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      It could be low refrigerant, and it could be the blend door. You should check the refrigerant charge with gauges before throwing more into the system.
       

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