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I push the ac button and ac light blinks 3 times and no cold air

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SOURCE: The AC button light blinks on and off. AC won't

When the light is blinking that means there is a code in the system you will have to take it to a shop and have the codes read. Sometimes "Jiffy Lube" or "Rapid Oil Change" can read the code for but they won't fix it. If the blower motor only runs on high, the blower motor resistor is bad. When you put the fan switch on high it puts full voltage to the fan motor (blower motor) when the fan switch is in any other position, the voltage is reduced by the resistor causing the motor to run at slower speeds. The two problems are probably a result of the resistor.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Air conditioner won't stay on.

'64 could be right, but these Malibu's also have a tendency to go through HVAC head control units, among other things. I have taken the head unit out of mine and cleaned the contacts, etc...with some success. However, from what I've seen, this is just a temporary fix. These units run upwards of $200 at a dealer, but you can get one online for just over $100. It is a really easy install.

Other common problems include:
-Cruise control modules going bad (cruise kicks off at will)
-Bad resistor on fan blower (only speeds 3-5 will work)
-Front coil springs breaking
-Front brakes wear funny, excessive wear
-Moisture in headlight housings

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SOURCE: I have a 1998 corvetter. Recently the AC

this light is on because the system is cycling the ac compressor to often, this means the system is low on charge, this means u have a leak, the leak is either the compressor front seal or the ac condensor core, both of which many times pass leak tests.

Posted on May 25, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Impala

sounds like could be low on freon if it is it wont allow it the compressor to run

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