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AC takes a few minutes to turn on

My AC used to turn on as usual.  However, lately it would not start up with the car (assuming you leave it turned on - or even if you try to turn on after ignition).  I tried adjusting the temp and flow controls, but with no luck.  When you turn it off and back on again, if you listen closely you can hear something engage or click when voltage is applied, but nothing happens.  Without fail, the AC will resume normal operations eventually if you leave it turned on.  Sometimes it would only take a few seconds to engage.  However, lately it has gotten worse and consistently takes about 5 to 10 minutes to kick in and start working.  I would like to take care of this before it goes out completely.  Does anyone have any solutions on what I could check.  It would appear to be something electrical, but I don't know what I am looking for or where to start testing and gauging.

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You could be low on freon. as the temp increases in the engine compartment the freon will expand causing the switch to engage the compressor. let me know jimmy

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    Jimmy Sep 25, 2008

    did ya fix it? please rate as fixya thanks jimmy


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