I once ran into this on a 96 Caravan. The Chrysler garage had told the owner that the climate control computer was bad and a quote of around $1000.00. In my investigation, I found a quite different problem.
There are two stepper motors mounted on the heater box just above and a little to the right of the accelerater pedal. You should be able to see and hear each motor move independently as you move the pass/driver heat controls. In my situation, the motors both worked, but the plastic gear had pulled out for the drivers control.
The gear has a pie shaped array of teeth and a long (aprox 2-3 inch) snout. The snout slides into a hole in the heater box and on the end of the snout are two plastic tabs that snap into place to hold the gear. I don't think the tabs had ever been seated completely into place right from the factory and now with the tabs being held together for so long, they would no longer spring out and lock, so a new gear is required. This new gear was avail at the local dealer for 72 cents.
Now, putting the new gear in was a bit of a trick. First the stepper motor must be removed, (I believe there were three screws). The new gear slides into a sleeve and the sleeve must be held all the way out in order for the lock tabs to seat in and lock. When all the way out, the sleeve is flush with the heater box, so it is hard to hold. I was able to accomplish this with a dental tool.
You will know when the gear is locked into place, and you would likely have to break it in order to remove it.
On a final note, if you have the fan speed turned to low, you will probably be able to hear the stepper motors as you move the driver or passenger heat control. If you hear both, then you know the circuitry is doing it's job and the physics of the door moving in the heater box is not taking place.
Your problem could of course be something different, but your symptoms sure match what I had experienced.
Good luck on this.Rick
Dual Zone Climate Control: -It is possible with dual zone climate control that every passenger in the car can have separate air conditioning temperature.
Inside the passenger side tire...
It is for dule zone climate control
Actually, I have a 2002 Ram 1500 Sport (new body style, 2nd/3rd gen 'not sure which') and it has dual-climate control. I've also had a 2000 Grand Caravan that had dual-climate control as well.Answeryes starting in 2008 model year Answeryes starting in the 2008 model year If you have two temp controlls, then yes you have dual climate control.
Maybe because your climate control system needs to be repaired....
The heater on a 1999 Caravan doesn't have a heater valve. The temp is regulated with a blend air door that is controlled by the body computer and climate controll head.
Could the heater door actuator be bad? What is the cost to replace? This Grand Prix has a dual-zone climate control and when the AC is on, the passenger side vents often change to heat when the control is still on cold.
because someone was fiddling with the passenger climate control and now that baffle has stuck in the cold position . I had a 1997 buick lesabre which had the climate control functioning until a friend started adjusting it a few times then it became stuck in the cold position but only for the passenger side It is likely a mechanical bind in the baffle .
Up under the passenger side plastic protector - almost behind the glove box. You will see the air tubes & wires running into a black box there - that is the climate control module.
The powertrain control module is one of many electronic control modules on a 2003 Dodge Caravan.
He learns that they do climate control.
You need to first check that you do not have any vacuum leaks and then check the a/c / heater door operations, if all are working then its possible that you have a slightly clogged heater core.........
When i disconnect my battery and reconnect it and then turned my heat on it works for a minute. And then it seems like it makes heat on the driver side and air-conditioning on the passenger side. It has climate control for the passenger.
No the climate control is tied into the electronic control system of the car which is controled by the computer. The climate control can also be used to view or display fault codes from the computer...............
Transmission control module.Transmission control module.
I believe the climate control panel should snap in without screws.
You will need to first check that the inside a/c - heater controller is working correctly by using all of the modes and then check to make sure that the internal a/c - heater doors are working as well........
The macro scale climate control refers to various measures that are put in a large scale to control the climate. The measures might be to conserve the climate and prevent it from further degradation.
In dual climate control systems you have multiple doors within the HVAC unit which direct cool or hot air into the cab. Generally, actuator motors control these doors and there could be a problem with it
I have an 89 Delta 88 and if you have Electronic Climate Control there is a control module located just right(passenger side) of center at the firewall. It is in the same location as the blower fan resister assembly on a car with standard a/c controls.
Look on the inside of the passenger fender, under the hood. It will be the silver box which I believe has a 60 pin connector which is held on by an 8mm hex head bolt.
the resistor is blown. It is located on the passenger side under the dash just follow the wires from the blower motor back to it. If your climate system is manual the resistor is pretty cheap. If its the auto climate control it can get pretty expensive.
Climate Control - 2016 was released on: USA: 2016
The letter c stands for the defogger relay wich is located under the dash on passenger side
The repair will depend on what part of the cruise control is broken.