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TOWING AIR CONDITION PROBLEMS

WHILE TOWING JET SKIS AIR CONDITIONER KICKS OUT WHEN GONNA UP HILL AND WON;T COOL DOWN WHEN LEVELING OUT

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM

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This problem usaully happens on fords, they are weak on air conditioning when the engine is working at higher rpms

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THIS BULLETIN IS BEING REVISED TO CORRECT THE TRANSMISSION LISTED IN THE MODELS. ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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