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Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your going to have to bring it to in to get the A/C serviced. If you have A/C at first and then it goes away but comes back later, you may have a bad orifice tube (Expansion valve) or moisture in the system and it's icing up causing the pressure to build to a dangerous level so the pressure switch kills the system. The other thing to is that you had A/C and now you don't, you have a small leak in the system which is common and you may just need the A/C recharged. Call around who can recharge for you which is safer then the recharge kit you can by a wal mart. They can monitor the high and low pressure readings and vacuum out any moisture in the system. Good luck and hope this helps, keep me posted be glad to answer any questions you may have. Oh and check the fuse and relay to your A/C compressor.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Hi Dennis, When the AC is selected an additional cooling fan should cut in to cool the additional requirements of the condenser radiator, mounted in front of the radiator cooling the engine. If the operation of the AC fan is intermittent the most probable cause is a defective control relay or a loose connection. The relays are easy to find, being in a housing usually marked on top of the outside. Regards John
Posted on Jul 22, 2012
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