Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
# 34 small fuse located under dash blows as soon as I start car.Runs rough due to this No A?C Or back up lites all due to this Help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when that happens it is usually because the compressor's a/c clutch kicks out. and doesn't com back on it could either be that the a'c clutch relay is work or you system might be undercharge. if the fuse is,nt blown it's one of those that are the problem. the pressure on the lowside should be 35 psi and on the highside 120-150 psi for a 134a system, also i would power wash the condennsor coil which is located on the front of the radiator. restricted airflow will often times cause the coil to freeze up and and you will get hot air as well. dirt,bugs and debrie will block up the coils and fins on the condenssor.........please rate this solution.........thanks
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
i've had the same problem. the switch for the heated mirrors was bad. as soon as i put the fuse in the switch accually started smoking.so i just popped the switch out and unhooked the switch. no problems since. hope this works. good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: sometimes heater will blow cold
Clump sound is probably the blend air door inside housing moving to where it's supposed to be. Is that when you notice it heating like it should? Try to pay attention when driving to see if you hear that "clump" noise or feel different temperatures as you accelerate, and then let of the gas, which would indicate vacuum operation of blend air door, and tells you that there is a vacuum leak somewhere in the system, or a perhaps just a faulty check valve in the line somewhere. let us know.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
SOURCE: Radio fuse keeps blowing out
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: heater fuse keeps blowing
The brushes and armature are worn on blower motor drawing too many amps. You need a new one. they are easy to put in since the plastic inner fender flexes.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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