I had the same problem. There is a vent under the dashboard on the passenger side. It slides to the right or left, if you slide this in the opposite direction from where it is right now it will allow you to adjust the temperature. It seems the little plastic clamp is not strong enough to handle moving the vent when the temperature control knob is turned instead the arm that adjusts it pops loose. =========================================== The above answer fixes the problem if you can't adjust the temperatureof the air coming out of the vent. If you can't change what vents the air is coming out of (directional control) then either the switch in the dash is bad ($20 from Kia, but not often the problem) or the expensive little motor that controls the flow valve is bad (much more expensive and more often the problem...of course) Most of the dash has to be removed to get the assembly out, requiring the removal of a number of screws and careful prying. If you want to try the repair by yourself, befriend a local Kia mechanic and ask for instructions or go to your local library and see if they have a repair book that covers your car. Worse comes to worse, you can buy the manual online. If you have any intention of keeping this car for a while, the book will be a good investment because you will need it often.
i have a problem with the automatic climate control the fan has only high speed
It address the problem of there being not enough good climate control.
If the climate control doesn't work on a Dodge Intrepid a faulty connection may be the issue. Re-soldering the connections, if they are lose, will fix the problem.
The problem is that the rear heat/ac vent that mixes the two to control the climate is broken, I had it replaced at the dealership since it kept knocking when I tried to operate the rear climate controls. The problem is that the rear heat/ac vent that mixes the two to control the climate is broken, I had it replaced at the dealership since it kept knocking when I tried to operate the rear climate controls.
Because of the climate there and the problem with palmetto bugs out of control, i would recommend it for everybody personally, but it depends on your individual tolerance.
Blend door on climate control not working properlyAnswerBlend door on climate control not working properly AnswerBlend door on climate control not working properly Go to www.aircondition.com/tech regarding this problem and do the "self test" by following the steps indicated (1-6). This may correct the problem.AnswerBlend door on climate control not working properlyDo this self-test http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00283.htmlIf you get error code "02" you found the problem. The part is available new online for about $35 and the dash board must be pulled to access and replace it.
A directional statement is one that is included in the thesis of the introduction paragraph in a essay. This is also referred to as a problem statement in some cases.
Problem with the problem with the transmission. Seek professional help.
They can't be fixed. You have to change the radio. The climate control is the same way, You have to change the unit to get the light working.
The problem could be the relay that goes to the compressor this could be faulted out causing the compressor to run constantly. However if this isn't the case then a quick check of the fuse may also resolve the problem.
Could be a short or the climate control unit is about to be toast.
You will need to specificate your problem, is it a manual or automatic gear box
Check your fuses. That's the likely problem.
Towing a Kia Spectra behind an recreational vehicle should be no problem. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for towing and care must be taken when backing the RV.
Underneath the driver side dashboard, near the center console, is a plastic control knob with a metal wire/bar connector that is attached to the main directional control knob (defrost, vent, floor vent select knob) on the center console. The metal wire/bar will sometimes pop off the plastic control knob, so when you turn the main control you're not actually re-directing the forced air to the selected vents. Re-attached the metal wire/bar to the plastic control knob and should fix the problem.
Auto Climate control? If so it is a self-diagnosisng component- you will have to get codes and sequence from library or dealer--normally a blend door problem If not auto climate--check temperature control cable to see if bound or broken
i had the same problem. turn your climate control to full cold and u will not listen any beeps. the reason is, fan speed resistors are blown on full hot setting of climate control. the rest is all the best with the beeps
well. odds are you either have a bad climate control cluster. you can go to any auto wrecker and buy then for about five bucks. I changed my cluster out for a digital climate control out of a 1992 fifth avenue, so I dont have to worry about that. anyway, the other problem you could have, is that you are out of freon. in other words, your air cvonditioning is not working. but if you have freon, then your cluster is bad.
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
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Is it the push button style climate control panel? If so I am having the same problem. I can not adjust where the air blows from because its not getting the signal from the buttons. Also the lights are not Illuminated and the rear defrost does not work.
check your fuses in the main fuse box first, located under bonnet in front of driver. there should be a reference in the fuse box of which fuse supplies the climate control fan. Otherwise if Ok then chk the Relay located behind the fuses
Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Climate change is a big problem because if the polar ice caps melt, Long Island will be destroyed and the sea level will rise.
need more information, what year, do you have duel climate control, give me a little more information. If one side is hot and one is cold, you have a distribution problem in the dash. Could be a loose fitting, a broken airflow control door, a controller issue, etc. i don't have dual climate control. 06 jeep grand Cherokee