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I have a Ford F-250, the air conditioning works for about 15 minutes when you turn it on and then it cuts out and blows out warm air. Is this a relay problem?

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Relay not likly look and see if the compreesor pump is still turning when it stops blowing cool.
the comp clutch maybe be slipping when it warms up.make sure the front of the clutch is engaged and not slipping.
the system may have to much freon in it.

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Yes,

The cooling fan for the condensor or radiator is not coming on. The system is getting to hot because of this and building pressure. Then cuts off.

I would have the a.c system check for leaks and recharged. Then check the cooling fan and relay.

Very common problem.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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