Well I've talked about this before but things finally got really bad.
I first bought my Jeep about four months or so ago within the first week my AC (99 Grand Cherokee Limited With Automatic Control Zone) momentarily went out when I drove by another Jeep Grand Cherokee, it was like it went from 100% then dipped to 20% then came right back up, this all happened within a second.
A few months later I was driving and hit a slight curve and when I came out of the curve I got no air from the AC, I pulled over about thirty seconds later with the intention of stopping and turning the engine off and restarting to see if it would come back on, well as soon as I stopped it came right back on.
Yesterday things were working perfectly and today when I got into the Jeep no air would blow.
Here is what I know:
Everything lights up.
I get no air from anywhere, in any mode including defrost.
I can hear the compressor click and come on, my RPM's go up slightly.
The part near the firewall on the passenger side in the engine compartment gets cold, as does the plastic part near where the passengers legs are.
If I turn off recirculation some cool air will come through the system.
My conclusion is the blower motor controller so my questions are:
Does anyone agree?
Anyway to check it, clean it, or anything like that?
Is it difficult to replace myself and if so where is it located?
I did find this diagram but I wasn't sure what the location was: