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Air conditioning wont turn on.

First I felt water dripping on my feet when I was driving, then I saw wha looked like smoke coming through the vents. After that, when I would turn on, it would turn on after a few minutes. now it wont turn on at all. Cananyone help with this.

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There should be a drain tube through your fiewall for condensation from the AC. It must be plugged.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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Automobile AC systems contain the refrigerant gas using very large bicycle-type valves, over time the o-rings on these allow the gas to escape as the gas escapes a low freon condition occurs ice is formed on the lines this ice caused the water drip on your feet the AC system is designed to stop the compressor when this happens (no freon ) in your situation the compressor did not stop causing the burn up of the compressor overload circuit. take your car to an AC shop you can not fix this yourself.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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