How Recalibrate a Chrysler heater control
The blend and mode doors on late model Chrysler vehicles are driven by DC servo motors. If the motors get out of synchronization, the control head doesn’t know where they are. That can result in cold air when you command heat and vice versa. It can also screw up where the air blows.
Here’s how to perform a calibration routine on Caravan, Voyager, and Town and Country. It works on many other Chrysler products as well.
1. Turn Ignition switch to ON
2) Press both the POWER and RECIRCULATE buttons at the SAME time and HOLD for at least 5 seconds.
3) The POWER and RECIRCULATION lights will flash
4) Calibration should take about about 2 minutes to complete if you have heater control and about 20-seconds if you have Automatic Temp Control system.
5) If lights continue to flash AFTER 3 minutes (manual system) or 20-seconds (Auto system), the control unit has detected a failure. You need a scan tool to pull the trouble codes (Thanks Chrysler). If there’s a trouble code stored, the lights will CONTINUE to flash until the unit completes a successful calibration OR until the vehicle has driven 8 miles.
If your Chrysler vehicle doesn’t have this setup, contact me and I’ll look up the procedure for your particular vehicle.
© 2012 Rick MuscoplatPosted on by Rick Muscoplat