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Air Conditioning? Air is fine... then later in the day..circulating warm air... then tomorrow fine... then on the next day... dead battery... cycle continues and local repair shops can't get it fixed?

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Maybe check if the inside light was turned off, and not in the on or on when doors are open position.

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HI JATTRICH! FIRST REMEMBER THERE IS A GOD, NO CASUALTIES IN LIFE! REMIND IT! Well jattrich! first get a good professional air conditioning repair shop! than check out your battery on some trusty car repair shop, ALWAYS BEWARE TO TURN OFF ALL YOUR INTERNALS OR EXTERNALS LIGHTS AND YOUR CD PLAYER IN CASE! When you really have dead battery remember non light could be turned on ok!.
And don't smoke to much!
Greetings from your bro!

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Air conditioning blowing warm air.


first of all why did you charge the system it never needs to be recharged unless you have a leak in it that being said when you turn on the ac do you hear the compressor clutch kick in and if so do you see condensation on the accumulator and does it feel cold? yes/no if yes then the vacuum door inside the car is not opening thus giving you warm air========if no the refrigerant leaked out again because of a leak ///// or the cycling switch is bad///// or there is still not enough refrigerant in the system to get the switch to turn on the compressor//// or your compressor is n/g

Jun 12, 2015 | 2007 Ford Taurus

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Tips for operating Air conditioning system on Toyota Hilux and someother...


To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This vents the hot air, allowing the air conditioning to cool the interior more quickly.

Make sure the air intake grilles in front of the windshield are not blocked (by leaves or snow, for example).

On humid, do not blow cold air on the windshield. The windshield could fog up because of the difference in air temperature on the inside and outside of the windshield.

Keep the area under the front seats clear to allow air to circulate throughout the vehicle.

On cold days, set the fan speed to high for a minute to help clear the intake ducts of snow or moisture. This can reduce the amount of fogging on the windows.

When driving on dusty roads, close all windows. If dust thrown up b the vehicle is still drawn into the vehicle after closing the windows, it is recommended that the in intake be set to FRESH and the fan speed to any setting except "OFF".

If following another vehicle on a dusty road, or driving in windy and dusty conditions, it is recommended that the air intake be temporarily set to RECIRCULATE, which will close off the outside passage and prevent outside air and dust from entering the vehicle interior.

HEATING

For best results, set controls to;
Fan speed ---- Any setting except "OFF"
Temperature----Towards WARM (red zone)
Air intake ---- FRESH (outside air)
Air flow ---- FLOOR
Air conditioning ---- OFF

For quick heating, select recirculated air for a few minutes. To keep the windows from fogging, select fresh after the vehicle has been warmed.

Press the "A/C" button on for dehumidified heating.

Choose floor/windshield air flow to heat the voltage interior while defrosting or defogging the windshield.

AIR CONDITIONING

For best results, set controls to;

Fan speed --- Any setting except 'OFF"
Temperature --- Towards COLD (blue zone)
Air intake --- (outside air)
Air flow --- PANEL
Air conditioning --- ON

For quick cooling, move the air intake selector to recirculate for a few minutes.

VENTILATION

For best results, set controls to;

Fan speed --- Any setting except 'OFF"
Temperature --- Towards COLD (blue zone)
Air intake --- (outside air)
Air flow --- PANEL
Air conditioning --- ON

DEFOGGING

The inside of the windshield

For best results, set controls to:

Fan speed --- Any setting except 'OFF"
Temperature --- Towards WARM (red zone) to heat; COLD (blue zone) to cool
Air intake --- FRESH (outside air)
Air flow --- WINDSHIELD
Air conditioning --- ON

The outside of the windshield

For best results, set controls to:

Fan speed --- Any setting except 'OFF"
Temperature --- Towards WARM (red zone)
Air intake --- FRESH (outside air)
Air flow --- WINDSHIELD
Air conditioning --- OFF

On humid days, do not blow cold air on the windshield. The windshield could fog up because of the difference in air temperature on the inside and outside of the windshield.

DEFROSTING

The outside of the windshield

For best results, set controls to:

Fan speed --- Any setting except 'OFF"
Temperature --- Towards WARM (red zone)
Air intake --- FRESH (outside air)
Air flow --- WINDSHIELD
Air conditioning --- OFF

To heat the vehicle interior while defrosting the windshield, choose floor/windshield air flow.

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No air, now it works.


It sounds like the air temperature control blend door actuator or blend door may be sticking. Only a shop will be able to confirm this. I will note that your post is very confusing and provides little info that can be clearly understood about what is going on here. You may need to read what you wrote and clarify it a bit. Thanks

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I have a 2001 Mercury sable with climate control. The air-conditioning works fine the first time the car is started for the day, or if it sits for approxamately 3 hours. But if I drive up to the store, and...


the heat exchanger will do that ,, its normal and should only blow warm air for a minute or two, as long as it starts cooling again,, thats fine , and actually a Ford Motor Company trait

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Air Conditioning doesn't work, only blows warm air


Have your boyfriend check to make sure there is enough pressure using the refill kit you got. If your kit does not have a pressure guage, get one that does. Your A/C compressor will not kick in if the pressure it too low. If the pressure is good, then it could be a number of things.
  1. Low pressure sensor (need professional to replace)
  2. Bad A/C relay (located in fuse box in engine compartment. Can be swapped with another relay in the box to test)
  3. Bad A/C diode (located near A/C relay, need multimeter to test, of you can just replace)
  4. Bad A/C compressor (apply 12 volts directly to the device to see if it engages, if not, it's bad and needs professional to replace)
With A/C, there are so many variables, but this is a good start.

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2000 Civic stolen, air controls taken, then clutch fell off


Coincidence... in my opinion.

1. In your long drive, you may have set the a/c on "Max" or "recirculate" ... and set the fan on low. This can cause "freezing" the core inside the vehicle; this will create a lot of pressure in the compressor and the clutch will slip.
The "freeze" will cause the air to feel warmer; because the refrigerant is not circulating correctly.

2. Also, if there was oil or some other lubricant on the clutch, the clutch would slip, heat-up and fall apart.

3. The "fixed" a/c controls may have left the "vent" (non-circulating) control disconnected so that the inside core is unable to receive any "outside" warm air to keep the core from freezing... (possible)

Hope this helps ... comments anyone??








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Jun 11, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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Is it my battery?


well this is what you should try ,,jump the car get it running
then when its warmed up take the positive lead of the battery
if the car stops the alternator is gone (thats what charges the battery) if the car runs its fine

and if u have put another new battery in it and the alternator is fine look for any broken wires earths or positives that could be making it drain so quick
and make sure your battery levels are full
hope this helps

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