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Old 09-23-2007, 03:33 PM
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00 excursion ac problem

I just bought a 2000 excursion and the rear ac dose not work, nothing happen when you use the controls in the front for the rear ac or the controls in the rear
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Old 09-25-2007, 09:41 AM
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The lines are getting cold but the blower motor dose not come on, Ican hear a click when the fan control is switched but nothing happens
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bad blower motor?
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bad blower motor?
thats what i was thinkin.
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Blower motor is in the rear, in the hole that the tire jack is located. Check there, most likely your problem.
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Not trying to jack the thread but on my excursion the a/c works great up front but in the rear the air does not blow out cold what’s the deal?
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Not trying to jack the thread but on my excursion the a/c works great up front but in the rear the air does not blow out cold what’s the deal?
I believe it's all one unit, and that the front and back isn't separate. I'd check the mixer flap in the duct work for the rear. I'm not sure where it is located, maybe find a haynes manual someplace to help you out.
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I have tried, those manuals are a joke. Thank god for forums like this.
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The rear AC does have a separate evaporator coil. Maybe the freon line to the rear one has got clogged or something? I don't know how the freon is dispersed between front evaporator and back, but there must be some kind of valve, and it must stuck. I 'm just thinking aloud, I don't know.
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