Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
AC cycles on and off quickly and blows hot air when cycle is off, relatively cool (not cold) air when cycle is on. Any suggestions? I'm tired of the dry suana effect when driving!
had the same prob with my 98 blazer, i tested the conditioning system to see if i could just reboost the freon but he gauge was goin all over the place. if while the vehicle is runnin the compressor sounds like its shuttin off and on and then it needs to be replaced. you can take it in to get a diagnostic test if you dont wanna do it urself. the freon booster and tester is only $30 at a store... BUT hadx to get my system entirely replaced and it ended up costin $700...and now im leakin coolant.....hurray!
anyhow hope i helped......
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Sounds like low refrigerent, if it is you have a leak, and this can be a bear to find. I suggest you find a reliable air conditioning tech with the proper equipment to diagnose your problem, as there are many possibilities, and most of them require special equipment to locate problem, and to repair it.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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