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2002 lincoln continental makes loud noise when take foot off the gas. A/C not working even though worked fine last summer. Can feel heat coming off dash around steering wheel.

The sound seems to be coming from the driver side of the car. Is present even when applying brakes. Car is also running hotter than usual but doesn't overheat. Recently switched from 5w-20 to 10w-40 to stop oil pressure light from coming on as instructed to do by a mechanic.

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You might want to change that oil pressure sending unit, That light coming on needs further investigation

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What you MIGHT be hearing, is a vacuum leak, through a cracked or broken hose or fitting. Without vacuum, the "dampers" in the A/C system will not route the cold air to the right places in the car interior. Is the compressor clutch engaged, and turning the A/C compressor? If, not, you may be low on refrigerant!

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