Having problems with your 2001 Mercury Villager ?

Blowing hot air on air conditioning vents - 2001 Mercury Villager

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-09-2020

Answers :

First of all check the switch from which you turn the AC on/off .
When you operate the air conditioning switch on and off with the engine running, with the hood open ask someone to listen and see if he can hear the air conditioning compressor cycle on and off each time you press the ac button.If the air conditioning compressor doesn't engage you will have no AC.More often this kind of problem can be traced depending on the behavior of your car air conditioning system. If your car air conditioning vents initially blows out cold air then after quite a while it starts to blow out warm air then the problem can be traced to a freezing up expansion valve. If your air conditioning expansion valve freezes up the flow of refrigerant to the air conditioning lines will be block temporarily thus causing your car air conditioning vents to blow out cold air initially then afterward begins to blow out warm air. Your car expansion valve can only be freezing up if there is moisture on the refrigerant and this moisture can only be entering via leak on your car air conditioning system. 
check underneath the vehicle for a pool of green-blue liquid which indicates a coolant leak.
If your car air conditioning vents blows out warm air in a random order then this suggest that the problem is a failing compressor or an air conditioning electrical problem.

During failing of compressor the refrigerant will stop flowing during the down time thus causing your air conditioning vents to blows out warm air sometime, also if you have car air conditioning electrical problem, usually an air conditioning wire is loose thus affect the air conditioning components to stop working during the time when a wire lost contact and have a broken circuit, consequently your car air conditioning blows out warm air.
Adjust the climate controls next. If they seem to work fine but have no effect on the air then the problem is probably as easy as a blown fuse. If the controls do not feel right, then the problem is probably with the control panel. If you cannot hear the usual blowing sound that accompanies the air then the problem is likely with the blower motor. Find the fuse box in a Mercury Villager on the driver's side. It is below and to the left of the steering wheel near the brake. You will have to use the fuse guide on the inside of the fuse box cover to locate the exact fuse but it will be brown in color. Disconnect the black negative battery cable before looking at the control panel. Find the ashtray and cup holder in the center of the dashboard and release the two tabs to remove it. Remove the glove box to get to the blower motor in a Mercury Villager. Unbolt the brace holding the instrument panel in place. Disconnect the AC hose which attaches to the left side of the motor, and the electrical connection. Remove the three screws holding the motor in place and pull it out.
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