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I have a 95 Ford Windstar, with 3.8 liter fuel injected engine. The air conditioner works when I am sitting still, but when I'm going down the road it only blows warm air. What can I look at to be a possible cause of this? The refrigerant has adequate readings while runnig in my drive.

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Check the operation of your electric fan. It should come on when the ac is on or your defroster is on as well. If the fan isn't working the pressure is getting to high in the system. Causing the warm air issue. Please let me know if this helps you.

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