|09-26-2007 10:53 PM|
Welcome to WF
dont forget the jeep wave!
|09-26-2007 10:34 PM|
I guess you'll be riding solo in the summer
Welcome to the forum. Dont forget the wave.
|09-26-2007 10:10 PM|
welcome to WF
Can't help ya with the AC problem.....but tell your lady how great she looks when her hair is tossled (and keep ponytail holder, hat or scarf handy)
congrats on the new Jeep & don't forget to wave
|09-26-2007 07:28 PM|
|09-26-2007 06:08 PM|
Welcome to the forum.
Could be a broken vacuum line or a non functional check valve. Check all the lines under the hood and under the dash (by the control head and vents doors) for damage. Make sure you check the line that runs under the battery. Thats where ours had deteriorated and was leaking.
|09-26-2007 05:42 PM|
Yup, we had the same prob for a while. I do believe Odhinn said it was a vacuum issue. I'm not sure how he fixed it but he'll see this thread soon enough. lol
|09-26-2007 05:36 PM|
|Walkeraviator||Sounds like a Vaccum leak somewhere. I believe both systems are controlled by vaccum if I am not mistaken. And do what I did. I keep pony tail holders in the jeep just for my wife...|
|09-26-2007 12:41 PM|
Hi everyone, I'm the new proud owner of a '05 Wrangler. I love it so far. I WAS driving a '99 BMW so this is quite the change (for the better) I love it, BUT... just the other day my girl was with me and did'nt want the wind to mess up her hair. I switched on the A/C and found that it would only blow out the defrost vent no matter what the setting. The air was cold but it would not direct the air out the main vents. Also the Curise Control stoped working. Any help from you pro's would be awsome.