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Ac switching off engine

Can you please help me as i ve been trying to solve the problem... now the problem is that when i switch on the ac the engine will go very slow and when i stop in traffic and i put it idling it, the engine will go off ... why can you solve it for me please....

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The ac is bad and needs to be repaired. The clutch on the front of the ac pump sounds like it is your problem. Take it to a shop and have them give you an estimate for repair and they will tell you what is wrong exactly.

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