Question about 2004 Mazda 6
Originally AC would feel ok in the mornings when the temp is in the 70's outside, but no cold air when the afternoon hits. I thought the freon may be low, so I added some with one of the cans you can get at Wal Mart - probably a bad idea, because then I could not get any cold air.
Now, just listened to it for a few minutes sitting idle. The compressor makes the click noise like it turning on, then nothing. About 2 times over a 3 - 4 minute period, it did turn on for 10-15 seconds (blowing cold air) before it shut back off. Is the compressor bad, or is there possible a less expensive solution?
Too much freon is the same as not enough freon
Have an 04 mazda6 as well, AC seems to be the cars weakness. It takes 15-20 minutes till my car is ina driveable condition (Phoenix, AZ)
Take it in for a tune up, but I doubt the AC will be any better
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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