Hey guys, I have been searching for a while on this issue and cannot seem to located any direct information on it, so please forgive me if there is something that I have missed.
I have a 2006 Overland and this past summer I was experiencing on random occasions where the ac would not blow at all. It didn't matter at what setting it was set to, whether set to Auto or even manually turning on the fan at any speed; it would not blow any air.
Then all of a sudden after several minutes, always random, it would come on full blast and cool the car down and work perfect.
It is completely random when it does work and when it doesn't and the length of time for it to start blowing is completely at random as well.
I have now experienced where this issue has now trickled into the heating as well, as I found out on my 35° drive to work earlier this week
I had taken the Jeep to a local shop that was offering a free ac inspection towards the end of the summer and had it checked out. Of course, at that time everything was working perfectly and they noted that the system was working as it should be.
They also noted that something was loose and the technician "plugged" it back in, but it may come out again. When I left the shop everything worked perfect, as it should, for over 3 weeks.
Now, had I been thinking, I would have asked them to show me exactly what this was that he had to plug in, but I didn't ask and they now do not remember, and of course they are not offering a free check anymore.
Does anyone have any idea what it could be that is causing this issue? The summer was not so bad, as you would sweat a little before being cooled down, but that isn't gonna work as well in the wintertime.
Are there any "plugs" that would be easily accessible to the control unit that could quickly be checked?
Sorry for the long post! I appreciate any and all help!!