Question about 2006 Ford Fusion
Evaporator sensor is bad where is it located on a 2006 Ford Fusion the sensor is telling the ac that there is ice on the evaporator.
This is covered by your warranty for 36/36. The sensor is usually on the evaporator inside the plenum case under the dash. If the eavp drops below 32 degrees F, then ice starts to accumulate on the fins of the evaporator, and eventualy blocks the flow of air through it. You will hear the blower running, but no air coming out.
To reduce liklihood of icing, always put a/c in "recirc" mode. This recirculates the already cooled and dehumidified air back through the a/c system, therefore reducing humid air icing.
Note: never use recirc in winter because you will fog up the windows.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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