Question about 1994 Ford Escort
A/c and the cooling system are only marginally related in that the a/c condensor is located near the radiator, and both get hot and need a cooling fan to cool.
So, I would say, in your case, that the a/c going out is not related to the cooling system anomaly.
If you already have had the radiator flushed and the thermostat replaced, and it still does this, then I would determine which is more damaging, the hot while idling, or the cold while driving?
The needle for the temperature should remain in the middle after warming up.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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