This past December I purchased a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica with a VMI (Vantage Mobility International) wheelchair conversion and Drive-Master reduced effort steering from Mobility Express in New Port Richey, FL. I drive the van from my wheelchair and paid more than double the price due to the conversion. In May I noticed that when the A/C is on high it will intermittently shut off and turn back on again at a lower setting. Sometimes it will come back on blowing hot air. So I took the van to Phillips Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Ocala and they immediately blamed the conversion. Well long story short, after 2 months of running back and forth between Chrysler and Mobility Express and being without transportation most of that time I still have no answer. Phillips Chrysler refuses to look into this anymore unless the van is returned to it's factory version. Mobility Express has had the van for the past week and have gone through and checked every ground in the van with the help from VMI. They believe this is a Chrysler issue. I have done my own research here and it looks to me like the compressor is the culprit, but I'm not an expert. I opened a case month ago with Chrysler Cares and that's when the dealer refused to look at it anymore because they believe it's related to the conversion. I have been driving from wheelchair vans for over 30 years, they are not a new thing. I'm not at all impressed with the Chrysler techs.