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Ac works only on high and the lights cut off and on.

The ac works fine in the car on all speeds until you crank the car up. then the ac only works on high and if the auto lights are on they go off if you turn the speed control in any other speed. the ac works fine if you turn the lights on manually but it still only works on high. I have changed the restitor on the ac , but that does not solve the problem.

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Replace the ignition switch.

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