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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckWagon View Post
    When is the last time you cycled the temps on both sides to full hot, then full cold? My car needs to have this done occasionally and it is cheap to try. Try doing it a couple times, slowly, and see what you get.
    Ok i will try it



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    Newer vehicle. 2013 Dodge Charger SXT actuators and blend doors acting stupid - YouTube a blend door that affects both sides?

    Also, does your recir function normal, light comes on, stays on, fans increase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coanan View Post
    Newer vehicle. 2013 Dodge Charger SXT actuators and blend doors acting stupid - YouTube a blend door that affects both sides?

    Also, does your recir function normal, light comes on, stays on, fans increase?
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    yes recirc light comes on and stays on. I don’t know if fansnincrease during recirc. U mean condensor/rad fans? I’ll check if they increase when recirc is put on

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBlackBomb View Post
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    yes recirc light comes on and stays on. I don’t know if fansnincrease during recirc. U mean condensor/rad fans? I’ll check if they increase when recirc is put on
    Usually an increase in blower motor speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coanan View Post
    Usually an increase in blower motor speed.
    Ok I will check

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    How do I know if my
    car has atc or mtc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBlackBomb View Post
    How do I know if my
    car has atc or mtc?
    Do you have automatic temperature control (atc), or manual temperature control (mtc)?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBlackBomb View Post
    Ok i will try it
    Seems to work ok. Both stay on the cooler side as I turn the knobs to heat but around 3/4 all the way to full heat u feel the heat come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reefstar View Post
    Do you have automatic temperature control (atc), or manual temperature control (mtc)?


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    How Can I out and check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBlackBomb View Post
    How Can I out and check?
    Well, the automatic Temp control, you just set the temp, and it controls everything automatically.

    If you have a knob the goes from blue to red when you turn it, you have manual.

    Since you don’t know what automatic is, you probably have manual.


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    Quote Originally Posted by reefstar View Post
    Well, the automatic Temp control, you just set the temp, and it controls everything automatically.

    If you have a knob the goes from blue to red when you turn it, you have manual.

    Since you don’t know what automatic is, you probably have manual.


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    Yep manual it is
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    One thing- if the smaller diameter high pressure line is hot- and the bigger diameter low side line is cold- the evap must be getting cold.

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    This you can do also. Under dash on drivers side. Remove the lower silencer pad. You will see actuators that control drivers blend air door- depending on dual zone or not. Adjust heat on drivers side and you should see actuator moving door. I will look at mine today at work.

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    There is a blend door actuator on the passenger side also...
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    Quote Originally Posted by netnathan View Post
    There is a blend door actuator on the passenger side also...
    The vid in post 17 shows it

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