Question about 1990 Mitsubishi Montero
I have a 1990 Mitsubishi Montero. I have recently replaced the A/C compressor, drier and expansion valve. Everything works great as long as I am sitting still. For instance, at red lights and at a parked location, it blows cold. However, when I am driving, the air starts to blow rather warm. I know my freon level is good, fans are working and car is not running hot. Any ideas of what the problem could be? Any help is so greatly appreciated.
Could be a vacuum line is busted. When you apply brakes it provides pressure to the system for freon to move and blow cold. Without that forced pressure freons not moving. I had that problem with a ford f150 and finding the busted vacuum line fixed it. It may be different with a mitsubishi, ask a local mechanic
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