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1997 Honda Accord. The compressor clutch and the A/C fans work intermittently. The air is cool when they are both working. Then they both stop and the air becomes hot. 15 seconds latter they both come back on . Cycle repeats. No leaks. Compressor seems to be fine. Could it be a relay heating up failing cooling down working again etc.... Please help!!! Thanks Mike

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Could be a little low on freon as well, causing it to cycle on, off too quick.

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