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Air conditioner in 2005 jeep wrangler x

When I turn on my air conditioner the cold air only blows out of my defrost vents no matter what I set the control knobs on. On recirculated air nothing comes out anywhere. I had a car stereo put in last winter but not sure if that would have messed up air controls.

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  • Anonymous Oct 02, 2008

    Same problem as he posted for me

  • kcjeep Oct 22, 2008

    Same prob here...had my oil changed and the vacuum line was bumped off.  This quick fix worked instantly once I read this,  identified the loose tube and reinstalled.
    There is still something weird though...When I push in the clutch when stopping at a light, the engine seems to almost stall for a sec and then catches it's breath a couple times...I have a K&N intake installed as well...never had probs like this before the whole vacuum tube thing.  Any ideas what is making this happen anyone?

  • cpss454 Dec 10, 2008

    Same problem with my '05 Wrangler Limited. I hope it's a disconnected vacuum line under the hood becasue Chrysler will charge a small fortune to fix it. :) THanks for the suggestion!

  • fourthjuly Jan 03, 2009

    Had the same problem and it was the hose, it had fallen right off. I push it back on and everything is back to working order.

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    I had to drive without AC for almost a month where I live that could be a problem even with the top down.  Thank you so much for the fix it worked like a charm.

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    All I can get out of my heater or ac is through the defrost.

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Yeah, I would go up hill or pull away from a stop and the A/C would cut out and then come back once my speed was stabilized. It was a vacuum hose leak !! This mostly affected the upper dash blower fan.

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I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM A SMALL VACUUM LINE CAME OFF ON THE DRIVER SIDE OF THE ENGINE

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