Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
2002 Mitsubishi Lancer. Recently, air conditioner seems to shut itself down, particularly after long idle or slow traffic. Dealer checked compressor, coolant pressure, belts, fans - all OK. Very cold cooling when working, but stops working irregularly. Always okay again after lengthy engine shutdown.
If your compressor is not starting regularly: sometimes when the A/C is set to the "eco" position andit is not very "warm" outside the compressor won't kick in right away ... if at all. The easy work-around is to toggle the switch to the snowflake setting, causing the compressor to run constantly. I've
noticed this problem when the outside temp. is roughly 60-70 degrees and
sunny, making the *inside* temp. just warm enough for you to want the
A/C on. But when it's hot outside (say about 80 and up), I really can't
tell a difference between the two A/C modes.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
The compressor is overheating,Have them check to make sure the fan relay is not turning the fan off prematurely,Just because the fan comes on,doesn't mean it stays on as long as it needs to.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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