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A/c clutch freeze up and later comes on - 1993 Lincoln Town Car

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  • mbassking Oct 07, 2008

    the clutch seems to freeze up when the temp is over 80 or has been running for a while. very frustrating in hot weather.

  • rodally Nov 13, 2008

    When my A/C is on it freezes up within minutes and quits blowing cold or acutally any air at all. You can hear the blower fan still blowing. Now when I turn the heat on it blows warm for a few minutes then the air stops as well,but you can still hear the motor fan still going? It's almost like something is blocking it. We replaced the blender door actuator last month but it didn't do anything. We then replaced the blower fan and it still isn't working right. When I park the car there is a considerable about of water dripping underneath.

    Allyson

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Have some check the evaporator. If it is dirty no air can pass threw and the evaporator can freeze up. Creating a lot of moisture when warm air coming in hits the evaporator.

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