Question about Ford Ranger
Look into changing the fan clutch. My F150 sounded like a jet engine coming to life while shifting gears and the a/c would blow hot for a few at the same time. On highway, I didn't notice the hot air, and learned that the condensor to the a/c was being air cooled that way instead of from the fan since the clutch was going out and didn't let the fan run to cool the condensor at slower speed or in town driving. Changed ours out for about $150 with a clutch from Autozone and works fine now. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Is normal for older vehicles to do this. Wait until something breaks and fix it. I know it doesnt sound like great advice, but if all is working,leave it alone.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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