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Ac fan comes on every thing works fine but with the ac turned on it will over heat shut off the ac and it will cool off and run fine

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U may have a cooling fan relay or cooling fan out,,,, the ac may be cutting out because it needs more freon it may not be over heating the low presure swtch is responsible for that

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