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Ac quit heard air noise by feet when shut off yesturday was working great today only blows hot air 2004 dodge intrepid 2.7

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    2004 2.7 dodge intrepid ac just quit when got in this morn freon pres.good fuse good temp control seems to be working compressor comes on ac line under hood gets cold blower works good cant find any bad vac lines just blows in warm air

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Take your car to mechanic freon is low

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I would highly recommend you get a mechanic to stick their head under your hood and take a look around. I would be highly suspect of your A/C compressor clutch being the problem.

Can you turn the A/C compressor clutch around by hand....fairly easily? There will be some resistance but you should be able to turn the clutch with one hand. If you can not, you probably have a problem with the A/C clutch or the compressor itself.

I would also check ALL the other pulleys and accessories (power steering pump, alternator etc. etc. ) to make sure I can turn their pulley by hand (with belt removed).

Check the bottom crank shaft pulley, and make sure you can not pull or push the crankshaft pulley in or out. The pulley should not have any slack in it at all.

If you still don’t see anything wrong, reinstall the belts and start the engine and watch the belts travel along all the pulleys. Have someone get inside and slowly bring up the RPM's to about 2,000 and see if the pulley alignments change or the tension on the belt changes.

I would suspect you have an oil pressure sending unit problem or the sender is unplugged. The sending unit is usually on the side of the engine not at the bottom, although yours COULD be around the oil filter area....I don’t have a manual sitting in front of me to tell. The connector is most likely just one or two small wires.

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Link below helps on troubleshooting car air ccoditioning
http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-Your-Car's-Air-Conditioner

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Do your air conditioning cooling fan(s) turn on? On my Audi, there are temperature switches for the AC cooling fan, and if either of them goes bad, the car won't allow the AC to come on, for fear of not being able to adequately cool the condenser and keep the air blowing cold.

The other, less attractive possibility, is that either the compressor itself or the compressor pulley clutch has failed. Take a look into the possibility of AC fan switches and see if replacing those fixes the problem.

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Engine running do you see compressor turning let me no pierre

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

  • pierre laplante Aug 02, 2008

    our air noise you heard its a vacuum line that came of start the car listen if you hear a leak inside the car vacuum line came off check that out pierre

  • pierre laplante Aug 02, 2008

    check inside the car for vacuum leak hissing sound

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