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Ac stop working in 2000 ford expedition. what could be wrong?

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Not sure about the belt as the same belt that drvies the AC, also drives everything else. Check for leaks, or if teh compressor has stopped working. Try to turn on the AC and look at the clutch to see if it engages,

As always, when looking at your engine with it runing, be careful, there are moving parts. Make sure you have no loose hanging clothes or jewelry on, wear safety glasses and gloves.

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Hi check the belt which is driving the AC.May be that belt might have damaged. so might have stopped driving the AC. replace the belt.

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Listen and see if the vent flap is moving from the hot position, to the cold position. If that's working then the evaporator may be clogged. It sits inside the same box that the heater core is inside of and if it becomes clogged with hair or dust, then it wont allow the blower to blow through it. But it would then bring hot air through the vents because the heater core is there too.

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Expedition AC not working

If the system does not have a major leak it could just be normal leak down through the hoses. If it is still pressurized you should be able to get a can of refrigerant (R134A) and a hose to put it in with from your local parts house or even Walmart. Unless you can see oil seeping out from hose connections or fittings it is reasonable to assume the system is not damaged.

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SOURCE: Help with overhead console temp/direction on 2000 Ford Expedition

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I rem someone fixing it seems like it was nothing more than fixing a cold solder joint.

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In my 2000 ford expedition my temp gauge keep jumping back and fourth when I run my ac. Y?

Running the AC does increase load on the engine, and thus heating, so if gauge changes gradually, this is because the compressor kicks in for a while, then kicks out. If cooling system is not working properly, small additional load could cause temp change. Other possibility is compressor going bad and causing excess drag.

If change is sudden, loose wire somewhere near compressor could be the issue.

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Hello i have a question i just bought a 2000 ford expedition and the person i bougt it from didnt run it for about 4 months and when we crack it up the ac didnt work we put atifreeze and still didnt work...

add R134a freon and use a fill hose with a gage and keep in safe range. Keep can upright to fill system as a gas. Inverting will send a flood of liquid freon in - not good.
Can you hear the a/c clutch engage and disengage a few times/minute?

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2000 ford expedition. trying to start, engine turns but will not start, theft light is flashing. tried both keys and got the same results.

I have a 98 Expedition an had the same problem try waiting for the theft light to stop blinking then give it a try it worked for me. Good Luck!!

Dec 31, 2010 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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Front ac wont work blowing fuse under hood,rear ac fine

if it keeps blowin the fuse then the blower motor is bad and replacing it will cause the problem to stop.

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Apr 23, 2010 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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Help with overhead console temp/direction on 2000 Ford Expedition

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I rem someone fixing it seems like it was nothing more than fixing a cold solder joint.

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Fords systems will still blow air even when off. does the clicking get quieter wehn off?

also, you can get it to stop blowing by turning on the recirculator. its a button with a car on it and a u-shapped arrow on the ac controls in dash. IF it stops then then something is in the housing and the fan is hitting it.

Oct 08, 2009 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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I have a miss.

Have you checked the spark plug wires?
They tend to cause this when conditions are right (or wrong), especially when heated up or cold and damp. If your mechanic checked it only when warm, not hot they might have overlooked the matter.

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