Today i turned the Air on in the car and i got home in turned the air off i noticed that it was still running even though the car is off and the key is not in the eignition. I dont know how to stop it, it ran my battery died and i dont know what to do. Please help me thanks you.
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You have a "blend" door problem, this door moves back and forth inside the air cting between the hot heater core and the cold AC core, it either shuts one core off or blends the air between the tow cores to get the desired air temperature at the outlets set by the driver or passenger. To replace this defective door and its electronically controlled stepper motor requires the dash be removed from the car. This is a HUGE job. You must have great repair skills and a factory repair manual or access to one on line like at www.alldatadiy.com. The heater hoses and AC are lines should be hot and cold, that is normal.
i had the same problem with my 02 gmc sierra then i noticed a wire hanging down under my dashboard wich had become disconected somehow i pluged it back in and my ac worked again after 2 years of not having it
Sounds to me like you have a leak leak somewhere. They can put a dye in the lines to find out where the leak is, Then have that fixed and get it recharged again. Its an expensive procedure though. I hope this helped
With the AC on, the fan will come on to help the ac codensor. Why your compressor keeps crapping out is definately something to look into. If your AC is overcharged the head pressures can get pretty high and if the oil is low, that would not help either.. Good Luck.
Needs to be taken to a shop and see if there are Hydrocarbons in the cooling system. This would mean it is a head gasket problem and that would prove it. IF not it MIGHT be the heater core... But most likely not.
Do you notice antifreeze dripping from the AC drain??? IF not... It is not your heater core.