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Air compressor not ff

When I turn on the "heat" in my 2002 jeep Wrangler X the "air" runs also. I can feel it in the peddle as little surges as the compressor kicks on and off. When I lift the hood I can hear the air conditioning system kicking on and off. The condenser gets condensation and becomes cold. What do I do?

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If this is happening while the selector is in defrost mode it normal... if it happening while in any mode other than defrost or a/c then check the compressor relay or control head

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