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2004 Ford Focus overheating when ac is on. no leaks, fluids are fine too. ac isnt as cold as it used to be either.

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Sounds like your engine cooling fan is not working. it should come on when the AC is on. there is a relay that controls the radiator fan . It's a 5$ part at rockauto.com . check fuses first.

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