Question about 2003 Subaru Outback
I have an 2002 Subaru outback 3.0 - 6 cylinder. My a/c was not working so I took it in. The certified mechanic recharged the system and checked for leaks and said everything was working fine. When you start the car the a/c works great. However, as soon as the engine is up to operating temp. the compressor no longer will cycle or turn on. Both of the car fans are working fine. Each time I turn off the car, let it sit and start it again it works for 5 minutes and I have the same problem. Any thoughts?
The reason for the compressor cutting out is because the system preasure is too high, or at least it thinks it is,poss causes fans not efficient, preasure switch faulty reading, overcharged system/
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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