Air Conditioning problem
1995 Chrysler LHS 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 150000 miles
Sometimes when I start my car, my outside temperature indicator remains set at the temperature that it indicated the last time the engine was shut down, although the outside air temperature has increased.
Then, a few starts later, it indicates the correct outside air temperature and moves up or down a degree or two as I'm driving, as it's supposed to.
When it's hot out, my climate control a/c doesn't put out as much cold air as it should. I think that it is being told, whenever my temperature indicator is stuck on a low reading, that it is colder out than it actually is.
At those times when the temperature indicator is working properly, my a/c puts out much more cold air.
Can anyone tell me where it outside sensor for this temperature indicator is located or what I can do about this problem?
Saturday, July 19th, 2008 AT 10:10 AM