Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
1)sensor in your setting switch is bad
2)low C fluid in your system will cause the compressor to constantly cycle on & off
3)related to #2 and if it's been doing it for awhile you will need to replace the compressor....(used one at local junkyard sells for about 50 bucks)
4)clock light would simply be a worn or weak display. Only solution would be to replace it or better still, ignore it.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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