Dodge Neon Air Flow Problem

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Old 08-27-07, 08:53 PM
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Dodge Neon Air Flow Problem

We have two 2002 Dodge Neons with the same problem. When the car has been running for a long time, sometimes the air flow through the interior vents greatly reduces and barely flows. My kids drive the cars and have explained the problem to me, and I've witnessed it on both cars. It seems to happen when it's hot outside and the AC has been running for a long time. The blower still is moving, but the air flow is nearly gone. It doesn't matter which position the switch is in, so I've eliminated the resistor as a problem. Since air blows fine for 99% of the time, I'm really confused. The service manual does not address this problem.
Thanks for any suggestions.
 
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Old 08-28-07, 07:33 PM
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Sounds like the evap core is freezing............Had a similar problem with a Volks Jetta.........but the neon is supposed to have a thermister in the evap housing to prevent this............2 identical failures????
 
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