Is there any thing that can stop my ac from coming in my 2004 intrepid freon good fuse good blower good fans working compressor kicks on temp control seems to work cant find any vac lines off line under hood gets cold however just getting warm air in car just quit all the sudden is there a flapper or something that could cause this
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Ac is not blowing out cold air. You have to put gages on the system and it shows its has freon.Checked all fuses and relays. The two fans in engingine compartment do not come on when the ac is turned on but does when the engine gets hot. The compressor engages when turned on also. If the magnetic clutch engages the compressor and still no cold air could be still low in freon or the HVAC unit.
Blower motor not working all the time...if I bang the dash near the glove box, it comes on then works great. Is this the switch assembly, the resistor problem, or should I be replacing the blower motor?
If the AC compressor is kicking in and out then you are probably low on freon. If the Compressor isn't kicking in at all then the problem could be a fuse or relay in the Power distribution box or the fuse in the interior of the car. If the fuse and relays are good then the problem could be a bad clutch on the compressor or a bad compressor itself. If the compressor is kicking in and out then get a freon refill can from Walmart or an Auto parts store and add freon to the system until the compressor kicks in continuously.
The problem is most likely the AC compressor clutch connector.
It is a one pin connector. Located under the hood, near the clutch of the AC compressor. Clean this connector, make sure there is a good connection. I had the same problem and had to fix it myself. Works fine ever since.