Question about 2000 Ford Taurus
When car start to accelerate the blower stops blowing the air but sound of a/c and blower remains there and it feels like the sound is somewhere deep inside. On releasing the accelerator cool air again starts coming out like normal.
Its is not just a leak, it is the main vac line for the AC door that directs the air from the floor, vent, and dash. If you can find that line put a one way valve in it.( i think they run about $1.50 and the parts house) That should stop the problem of loosing vac at higher rpm.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
You have a vaccum leak some where on the engine start the car up open the hood a listen you may be able to the leak it will make a hissing noise
Posted on May 29, 2009
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