|DH doesn't know the answer either but maybe one of you do.
I drive a Dodge Durango. It has separate controls for the front and back seats for AC and Heat. Both controls are on the front panel.
I never turn the backseat air on unless someone is riding with us which isn't often.
The a/c in my car wasn't getting cold. It's semi-cool, but not enough to make me stop sweating. I planned to take it in to get freon.
Yesterday I went to pick up the granddogs so I turned the ac on for them. Suddenly the front (and back) a/c got cold! NOT to be confused with the whole car cooling off because both a/c's were on, but the air coming out of the vent was cold. WTH?
I'm leaving it on! lol. Does anyone know why this happened?
|Hey Oak, |
Take a look at this thread on the Edmunds forum.
Here is a link that might be useful: Edmunds Durango A/C units
|Thanks Gray. No one there has my problem. Actually it's not a problem as long as I have the back air on. lol|
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