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AC problem blowing hot air HELP!!

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Old 03-15-2009, 12:38 PM
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AC problem blowing hot air HELP!!

I recently did a Double Din install and am now having problems with my AC. It will only blow cold air when I turn the temp down to 60 degrees. Anything above that blows hot air. I have checked the connection under the steering wheel and that is fine. What else could be the problem? PLEASE HELP!

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Old 03-15-2009, 01:46 PM
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Do you have a Z-tube?

If so, read this.... https://g35driver.com/forums/intake-...e-ac-line.html
 
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Old 03-16-2009, 12:11 AM
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if you look at the panel underneath your steering wheel, there's a plug not plugged in right above the rubber hose. it's on the right hand side... you should try searching around the technical section, this was covered couple times~
 
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Old 03-16-2009, 01:18 PM
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[email protected] - as I mentioned in my initial post, I have checked the sensor connection under the steering wheel and it is connected properly and I am still having the problem. Any other suggestions?

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Do you have a z-tube or any other aftermarket intake tube? if you do and didnt tie it with a zip tie or put some type of material in between it probably made a hole in the AC line. Check there.
 
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As silly as it sounds, did you ck ur A/C belt? It happened to me.
 
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i have the same problem...i have an 04 6mt with jwt pop charger....60 degrees= iced cold, anything above that, it's hot (61+ degrees). didnt get it fix, still need help, i will check the a/c lines
 
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Remove the bottom panel underneath your steering wheel. There is a white plug located on the backside of the panel. There is a black rubber tube that should be connected to this white plug.
If its not attached, your AC will blow cold only at 60F, anything above 60F, the air will be warm.

This happened to me when I installed a DD head unit. The tube got stuck up inside...it was a bit** to get out but I managed to get my hand in there.
 
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thank, will try that...ill let you know how it goes
 
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thanks alot bro!!! it was exactly what you said it was, the white plug. my ac works perfect. you saved me some money! thanks again
 
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No problem...glad I could help out.

My check is in the mail right?????
 
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Where is this white plug that you are referring to? I took the panel off under the steering wheel and don't see it. Thanks for your help.
 
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Originally Posted by jatnic01 View Post
Where is this white plug that you are referring to? I took the panel off under the steering wheel and don't see it. Thanks for your help.
Next to the black hose, it is right beside the center console. If you look at the panel you will see(I think its 4) lines and a hard, shiny plastic piece and the hose and clip should go right behind there.
 
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thank you, I will check it out this week and let you know how I made out!

Joe
 

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