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When you turn you heat or air on, your compressor engages. There could be a drag on your belt system. Listen to your air conditioning pump for strange sounds and drag on main drive belt...could be bad bearings or a plugged air conditioning pump (low on cooling Freon in system maybe; lubrication?)
Try shooting some starting fluid in air cleaner housing. If car starts, then shuts off after burning off starting fluid then you more than likely need a new fuel pump. But also be sure to check fuel pump fuse and relay. Hope this helps
You need to get the belt that is for your car without air conditioning. The belt designed for a car with air conditioning will always be too long. You can't cut it or shorten it. You need the other belt.
i will try .. on most cars you have to pull string wheel you will most likely need special tools also remember there is an air bag to disconnect the air bag first there is a yellow wire under the dash steering wheel side should say on it with tape what it is after doing this and getting steering wheel off you will have to turn the key to accessory Poisson there will be a long screw at the far end of the tumbler that has to be taken out tor-ex most likely but i have seen Phillips you may wont to get the new one first take a good look at it ;that may also help
most fords were built to whenever the air is on to blow air onto the windows as well. most people dont notice it cause its only a partial air. if it is blowing out pretty hard then the most likely cause of that is that the little flap in your air ducting is stuck or the return spring on it has gone bad. hope i helped, good luck with the fix.
You have a vacuum leak,defrost is the default postion(no vacuum).Look under the hood on the passenger side at the firewall and find the small black vacuum line that goes inside the car.Trace this line back, you will find it goes to a black canister(which is the reserve supply) then it will leave this and go to a vacuum port on the intake manifold.You will most likely find a leak somewhere in theis line.
when you changed the injectors did you calibrate the mass air for 24lbs? and also did you change the computer to a cobra computer...or the computer that calls for 24 lbs injectors? if not that is 100% your problem.