Question about Cars & Trucks
Sounds too me you have Low refergerant level in system there is a pressure/level switch in system that cycles compressor on/off to see if pressure/level will come back up , No it shuts off and tries again in a little bit , not too good on compessor to do this too it , it's not circulating its needed lube and it'll dry out
if your car is made in last 15 yrs they sell a recharge kit at autoparts store so easy my 12 yr old neighbor did it to his moms car costs less than twenty bucks to get you going, provided you did'nt ruin any parts running it low too long
Posted on May 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air conditioner won't stay on.
'64 could be right, but these Malibu's also have a tendency to go through HVAC head control units, among other things. I have taken the head unit out of mine and cleaned the contacts, etc...with some success. However, from what I've seen, this is just a temporary fix. These units run upwards of $200 at a dealer, but you can get one online for just over $100. It is a really easy install.
Other common problems include:
-Cruise control modules going bad (cruise kicks off at will)
-Bad resistor on fan blower (only speeds 3-5 will work)
-Front coil springs breaking
-Front brakes wear funny, excessive wear
-Moisture in headlight housings
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: ac clutch
sounds like the system is either low or out of refrigerant. There is a low pressure switch in the system to shut it down in the event of freon loss. First , verify , then test for a freon leak. Once repaired, and recharged, will blow cold air again.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Your A/C sounds like it needs to be vacuumed
out and then recharged to factory specs. That
should solve the problem.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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