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I do not understand what your problem is so i will try to see if i can tell you what i think you are saying, the car is leaking coolant from the radiator, if this is correct then replace radiator. or is the coolant spilling out because engine temp is overheating , if the engine is overheating this will cause the ac system not to cool down and make the cold air hot due to the condensor not cooling,
The first step is to repair any leaks and also make sure the radiator fan turns on to cool engine, when you turn on the a/c the fansss will run, if they do not then have the fans checked.
The heater door is probably stuck in the full heat position. It could be a problem with the heater door motor or the controller - you'd have to check for both mechanical and electrical problems under the dashboard.
The most likely cause is going to be either the crank position sensor (CPS) or the ignition module itself. The ignition module is located directly under the 3 coil packs nearest the firewall. the CPS is located directly behind the crank shaft pulley. Heat saturation is what kills these solid state units. They work great cold and as heat creates resistance, the computer can not read the signal. There is no "fix" for these components. Replacement is required. If you need instructions on how to test these or replace these components, please let me know.
Carbureted models have a fast idle cam on the throttle,It is a screw that sets against a movable part,called the cam,when the engine heats up,the cam will drop upon tapping the gas pedal.Set the carb,while the engine is cold,by tapping the gas pedal,then adjust the fast idle cam screw by turning it in,with the engine running.Start out by turning the screw in a full turn before starting engine so it will run,then adjust the screw as the engine runs.
Help is HERE! It looks like an Air lock scenario! Park vehicle on level ground, when cold remove coolant filler cap, start engine and leave to idle, turn heater to hot blower on full. When at operating temp keep clear of coolant filler area and listen, hopefully gurgling then a boil over, wait and then top up with very warm water/coolant let settle it may boil over again whilst air is still in system. Check for heat inside car, if hot and coolant settled replace cap but keep an eye on temp gauge for a while as air lock may still be further along cooling system. Please press the Blue button if sorted! Paul 'W' U.K.