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A/C or Heater Blower Problem

Ok so I have had My 1994 Ford Thunderbird V8 LX 4.6L For about a year now and it has 70K miles. The Problem is when i have the A/C on and start to accelerate the A/C stops working and the blower turns on and blows out alotta hot air i was wondering if there was any way of fixing this or im just gunna have to live with it.

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Sounds like a Faulty control board of the AC. Piece of cake for a qualified electrician. Repairs should run you about 150-200$

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