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NEW BELT NOW AIR CONDITIONER DOESN'T WORK - 1994 Lincoln Mark VIII

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Have you checked the fuses and relays under the hood in black box on or around driver side fenderwell?if not, that may be your problem,justa blown fuse or a bad a/c relay.

Posted on Aug 19, 2010

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I need to change a belt on the air conditioner of a 5.9 Cummins, it doesn't seem like the belt will go over the fan blades, so do I unbolt the fan?


Hi, Try this take the fan blade off and then put the belt on and then put the fan back on. Good luck.

Oct 03, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a friend who recently put on a fanbelt in his 2006 Chevy Cobalt and now the air conditioner doesn't work. Could he have just routed the belt wrong?


more then likely, he did not put it on right! good-day! if it was ok before and does not work now, then the belts on wrong.

Aug 29, 2011 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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When stopped in drive the steering wheel vibrates a lot when the air conditioner is on .There are already new motor mounts replaced could it be the adjustment of the idle screw ?throttle plate cleaning...


The belt tensioner can cause many of these problems, sometimes the serpentine or fan belt is replaced, but the tensioner is not given much thought, a tensioner that is going out, can cause the belt to not have enough tension to keep the battery charged by slipping, when the clutch on the ac compressor cycles on and off, if the tensioner is to loose, or not tight enough can cause the compressor to vibrate, it can cause wear on other parts attached to the belt even cause pre-mature wear on other pulleys. good luck!

Aug 12, 2011 | 1991 Honda Accord

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I have 1996 Kia Sephia. When the air conditioner is on, the power steering doesn't work about half of the time and the car makes a squealing noise when turning, starting, and sometimes when idling....


Loose belt-tighten or worn idler pulley bearings.Tighten belts first and if the squeel is still there remove belt and check all pulley bearings.Grab the pulley by hand and give it a wriggle-there shouldn't be any play axially

Aug 10, 2011 | 1996 Kia Sephia

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My car screeches when its started and when accerlerating. Someone just replaced the alternator and belt and now my car screeches and the air conditioner doesn't get cold. What could be wrong?


The belt has not been tightened properly, it may still be loose. wiggle the belt with your hand, it should feel firm, if it feels loose, that's your problem.

Jul 28, 2011 | 2001 Nissan Maxima

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My air conditioner compresser froze up so my belt broke... i got a new belt put on with out the air conditioner pulley bu tnot it makes a squealing noise... How do i fix the noise problem?


First try to see when the belt is off if any pulley has a slight drag to it.But its possible that the belt might not have enough tension.

Oct 08, 2010 | 2002 Kia Optima

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Loose air conditioner component may break and


The only air conditioning component I can think of which could cause the serpentine belt to break would be the compressor. If you look under the hood you can see the belt winding around several pulleys of engine parts. The air condition compressor is the part which has two hoses with metal fittings and a wire harness attached to it. When the engine is on the pulley attached to the compressor should be rotating at the same speed as the other pulleys. Keep your hands, clothing and jewelry clear of all moving engine parts. If it is moving at the correct speed it is good, if it is not moving correctly it will cause the belt to slip creating friction until the belt breaks. Once the belt breaks the engine cooling, power steering and battery charging will stop, which will quickly cause the engine to stop working. This could cause engine damage, but it will defiantly strand you with a broken vehicle. If the pulley is working and the air conditioner is working, do not worry about it, but you may want to check the belt with the engine off for cracks or damage. If the belt is slipping and the air condition is not working, the vehicle will need a new compressor, coolant, and possibly a dryer. This could set you back about three hundred dollars. If you do not want to fix the air conditioning and the belt is not slipping run the vehicle as usual if the belt is good. If you do not want to fix the air conditioning and the belt is slipping you may be able to bypass the compressor and use a smaller belt.

Jul 02, 2010 | 2005 Ford Taurus

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Put new water pump on, cannot get belt back on


Unbolt the pulley from the water pump, slip the belt over everything and refasten the the pulley to the pump while the belt is draped over it. Then tighten up the belt.

Mar 13, 2009 | 1999 Nissan Sentra

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AIR DOES NOT WORK DO I JUST NEED FREEON


If the air conditioner blow warm air,

1. Open the hood and check the fan belt first, sometime the fan belt broke caused the compressor stop to work, if the fan belt is good, check the compressor see if the center part turns, if turns, that means the compressor is o.k.

2. If both work fine, check the air conditioner small window see if there is bubble, if you see some bubbles in the small round window, that’s means your air conditioner lack
R-22 Freon.

3. before you fill up the Freon, check the leaking, if leaks, fix it and then fill up the Freon, the best way is to ask some professional auto air conditioner repair shop to help you.


Hope this can help you.

Jun 12, 2008 | 1996 Chrysler Cirrus

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