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Once engaged, the compressor clutch will be disengaged for the following conditions:
• Throttle position is 100 percent for 10 seconds.
• A/C high side pressure is more than 2951 kPa (428 psi) and will re-engage once the pressure drops below 2068 kPa (300 psi).
• A/C high side pressure is less than 310 kPa (44 psi).
• Evaporator temperature is less than 0°C (32°F)
• Engine coolant temperature (ECT) is more than 123°C (253°F).
• Engine speed is less than 475 RPM.
• Engine speed is more than 6000 RPM.
• PCM detects excessive torque load.
• PCM detects insufficient idle quality.
• If the blower is switched to off.
Did you have any DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes ? Not A/C off
P0000 code's .
DTC P0116: Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor Performance
DTC P0117: Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage
DTC P0118: Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor Circuit High Voltage
DTC P0128: Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature
Trouble code definitions do not necessarily have to be under the "Kia" heading; imports share trouble code definitions and are identical in most cases. Very rarely is a trouble code brand-specific. Check under Hyundai and Mitsubushi and you will see that Japanese and Korean car companies have similiar trouble code definitions.
Note: You have 1995 model year; this could be more challenging since most OBD-II systems started from 1996 and on.
The O/D light's flashing means there is some kind of transmission trouble.
The codes are.. Trouble Code (1) Probable Cause 12 ............................... System Operation Normal 21 ..................... No. 1 Shift Solenoid Open Circuit 22 .................... No. 1 Shift Solenoid Short Circuit 23 ..................... No. 2 Shift Solenoid Open Circuit 24 .................... No. 2 Shift Solenoid Short Circuit 25 ............................. TCC Solenoid Open Circuit 26 ............................ TCC Solenoid Short Circuit 31 ............ Vehicle Speed Sensor Open Or Short Circuit 32 ................ Throttle Position Sensor Short Circuit 33 ................. Throttle Position Sensor Open Circuit 34 ................ Defective Park/Neutral Position Switch 36 .............. (2) No Signal-Both Vehicle Speed Sensors (1) - Check listed component for probable cause. Also check wiring and connections of specified component. (2) - No signal from both transmission and speedometer mounted vehicle speed sensors.
If a trouble code is present, OD OFF light will flash a trouble code. The number of flashes will equal first digit of trouble code. After a one second pause, second digit will be displayed. If more than one trouble code is present, next trouble code will be displayed after a 3 second pause. Smallest number trouble code will be displayed first. Trouble codes will be repeated. Hope this gave you some insight on the issue.
If a concern is detected, the air bag control module will communicate by flashing the warning indicator. A diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is logged by the air bag control module in a nonvolatile memory. For additional information, refer to Diagnosis and Testing in this section.
Lamp Fault Codes (LFC)
One flash cycle: Driver air bag trouble code
Two flash cycle: Passenger air bag trouble code
Three flash cycle: Trouble code common to both driver and passenger air bag circuit
Four flash cycle: Safety belt pretensioner trouble code common to both driver and passenger pretensioner circuits
Five flash cycle: Driver side air bag trouble code
Six flash cycle: Passenger side air bag trouble code
Try clearing the codes & see if it returns. I do not see a code fault 10. Starts at 12.
Section 01-20B: Restraints, Passive — Supplemental Air Bag System
1995 Town Car, Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis Workshop Manual
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
Diagnostic Trouble Code Clearing Procedure to Clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes from Diagnostic Monitor Non-Volatile Random Access Memory. Normal Operation
The air bag diagnostic monitor (14B056) continually checks the air bag system for readiness. When a fault condition is detected, the DTC associated with that fault is stored in the air bag diagnostic monitor's Non-Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM). After writing the DTC to NVRAM, the air bag diagnostic monitor signals the fault by flashing the appropriate diagnostic trouble code on the air bag indicator.
The diagnostic trouble code written to NVRAM is permanently stored in the air bag diagnostic monitor until cleared by the diagnostic trouble code clearing procedure.
Upon each cycle of the ignition switch (11572) , the air bag diagnostic monitor checks for diagnostic trouble codes written in NVRAM. If any diagnostic trouble codes exist in NVRAM, the air bag diagnostic monitor will then check to see if these fault conditions are still present.
If the conditions of the diagnostic trouble code in NVRAM are still present, then the air bag diagnostic monitor will use the air bag indicator to flash out the diagnostic trouble code number that was written in memory.
If the conditions of the diagnostic trouble code are not still present (indicating an intermittent or serviced fault), the air bag diagnostic monitor will use the air bag indicator to flash out a DTC which is the sum of the diagnostic trouble code in NVRAM plus 40.
Example: Due to corrosion, high resistance develops on the driver side air bag circuit. The air bag diagnostic monitor stores a diagnostic trouble code 32 in NVRAM. Upon each cycle of the ignition switch , the air bag diagnostic monitor checks the resistance of the driver air bag circuit.
If the resistance is still high, the air bag diagnostic monitor causes the air bag indicator to flash out a DTC 32.
If the resistance falls within the normal range due to service or an intermittent condition, the air bag diagnostic monitor causes DTC 72 to be flashed on the air bag indicator.
Once a fault has been serviced, the associated diagnostic trouble code may be cleared from NVRAM. Only diagnostic trouble codes that the air bag diagnostic monitor sees as repaired or intermittent may be cleared (diagnostic trouble codes 52 and above). In no circumstances can hard fault conditions (diagnostic trouble codes 45 and below) be cleared.
Follow the diagnostic procedures as outlined to service the fault condition flashing on the air bag indicator.
Cycle the ignition switch to OFF and then to RUN.
Observe air bag indicator prove-out (six ± two seconds) followed by diagnostic trouble code (52-85) flashing completely one time.
Locate the Diagnostic "Trouble Code Clear" Connector located underneath the glove compartment (06010) containing Circuits 631 (T/R) and 57 (BK).
Use a jumper wire to short Circuit 631 (T/R) to Circuit 57 (BK) or to another good ground. This short must be made after the diagnostic trouble code flashes completely one time, but before the warning light stays on continuously.
Hold short until air bag diagnostic monitor tone sounds (approximately five seconds).
Release short on Circuit 631 (TAN/RED STRIPE) to Circuit 57 (BLACK). This short must be released within 25 seconds after the diagnostic monitor tone sounds.
Diagnostic trouble code is now cleared from NVRAM. Next highest priority diagnostic trouble code stored in NVRAM (if one exists) will begin flashing.