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Compressor runs, but pulls into a vaccumm and blows hot air. what is the problem?

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1995 Buick Century blowing hot air.


A mechanic would check the system with a set of pressure gauges. If the compressor is running, the low side would read around 30psi and the high side would be around 250psi. That is how you know if the system is full of freon or not.
You may have to get a professional diagnosis to proceed. If you replace the compressor, the accumulator needs to be replaced and a vac pump is used to pull all of the air out before the freon is added.

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What do you mean when you say it wont shut off? is it blowing hot air or do you just feel a lite flow of hot air even if you have the settings to cold?

If this is the problem that you always feel hot air at low flow and the ac goes to hot air then i would say one of two things, first if you have the selector to cold and you feel hot air then there may be a problem with the blend door, this door move to allow hot or cold air, the door may be broken or just a bad motor that controls it. keep in mind if the ac system shuts down for any reason the air then will be warm, it will be about the same temp as outside and maybe a little hotter.

this problem almost sounds like the ac compressor shuts off and then you are getting the outside air which is hot, there are many reasons for the compressor to shut off, it could be the compressor clutch heating up and disengaging , this would be due to a bad compressor clutch.

another reason is the fans are not working, the best thing to do is when the system starts to blow warm check and see if the compressor is running, start engine and look at the front of compressor, with ac off the front of it will not move, and then with ac on the front will spin, check it out and let me know, if it blows warm air and ac is not working then it may be compressor problem but if you are getting warm air and the compressor is spinning then it may be a door problem.

This is hard to check with out testing the system, so i listed a few things to check and let me know the out come. also the ac blows cold for how long before it gets hot air blowing out of the vents, good day.

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Many possibilities' First- you may be iceing up. That is when the temp sensor is to far into the condenser. Pull it out a small amount at a time. Good hint is the amount of water drained on to the ground when you park it.
Second is - you may be low on freon causing the compressor to shut off when it's sensor tells it "not to run dry". Then the freon drains back to the pump and it starts all over again.
Third is - the compressor may have a problem making it run hot. There is a sensor for that too, and will turn it back on when it cools off.

Not all of these are in every system, so with out more manufacturers info, (factory, or aftermarket)it's a generic answer.

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  1. air diverter vaccum operated
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  3. remove screw under front edge of control console
  4. gently pull forward to access vaccumm lines
  5. mode switch is inexpensive $10.00
  6. mode switch routes vaccumm to vac motors that work mode, blend , recirc ,defrost doors.
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My 2002 Expedition air conditioner will sometimes blow hot air and others cold air


I would check the following possibilities:
1. Is compressor clutch working? - You need to do this when the ac is blowing hot air only - locate compressor drive pulley on engine - rubber belt wraps around it. Start engine and set to max ac. When the ac is blowing hot air, look at the center of the compressor drive pulley using a good flash light - watch it for a while, it should be spinning with the pulley - this means the compressor is engaged. If not, the compressor is not engaged. If your ac is blowing hot air, then the compressor should be engaged and running (trying to cool). If it is not engaged, then your compressor clutch is probably going out. Could be low voltage to clutch, but more likely the clutch is worn out and only working some of the time. Note: if working normally, the compressor clutch will engage and disengage in cycles- but the air should always be cold. If clutch is bad, compressor would need to be replaced (sold as one unit). This is tricky to diagnose and could take some time - you need to do it when ac is blowing hot air but set to max cooling.

2. Low on refrigerant or refrigerant has moisture in it? If your ac blows cold initially after being off for a while, then heats up, and continues to regularly cycle back and forth between hot and cool air, then the system may be low on refrigerant or the refrigerant may have moisture in it that is freezing and restricting refrigerant flow. An a/c shop can check refrigerant level and even replace refrigerant if moisture is suspected.

Could be other issues, but I would start with these.

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Air not blowing hard out of dashboard vents on 1995 GMC suburban


one of 2 problems either the air ducts have come loose or have tears in then remove dash panel check air duct hoses while running feel for air or vaccumm lines are miss routed

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sound like ac vent or air door is not open.your ac mode switch is bad or the ac air door actutator is not getting vacuum .check vacuum lines to ac switch.besure disable air bags when working around steering area or dash.

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Sometimes the heat blows hot than blows cold


Try pulling trouble codes first. Run your car at idle with the blower control set at anything but off, the temperature in full cool and the right knob in defrost mode. Push the rear window defogger button until the instrument panel reads AC00. The BCM will chime and the A/C button will blink. Release the defogger button and wait until the A/C button stops blinking. The trouble codes will show up on the odometer. There isn't a vacuum hookup that I know about as these are electrical. Anyway, write down the codes and call a dealer or buy a service manual to interpret them.

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