Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome to just answer. Based on what you have told me, it is a door problem inside of the HVAC housing, but not the recirculation door. This is a temperature blend door problem. It may have a failed blend door actuator, or may simply need to be recalibrated. Take the vehicle to a shop you trust or the dealer. ASk them to check the blend door operation. Hopefully it just needs to be recalibrated.
You can try to reset it/recalibrate it by disconnecting the negative battery cable for 2 minutes and then reconnect it. I can try to look for a picture of the actuator, but if I cannot find it, you should be able to see it by looking up under the dash, left side, and then to the right of the steering column.
I will look for a picture when I get to work in about 1 hour.
Gotcha. Based on your last statement regarding tye fact that it gets good and cold when the outside temp is 80 or below, have that refrigerant level rechecked. It could be a little bit low.
Ok, Well let's check the blend door actuator. Move the temp control from hot to cold and back and see if it is working. Click on the link below to see pictures of it.