Question about 1994 Chevrolet Beretta
Replaced the air compressor three weeks ago. The air worked for two weeks, but since the compressor replacement the temp gage will go to three quarters sometimes. took the Cavalier to a shop, and they said I had a leak at the hose to the heater core, relaced it. A week goes by and then the car temp gage goes hot again, (the air still blows out warm). The shop tells me to bring the car back and they will look at it again. I am a little reluctant now obviously. So I recharged the air cond. myself with kit. (the air is cold again) My question is could the temp gage going hot be something to do with the air compressor replacement, or what is going on here? PLEASE HELP.
Sometimes you need to burp the lines on the air compressor and the dry tank of the air intake of the A/C
Posted on Oct 12, 2012
Did you check the gauge that could be bad and did you check the thermostat thaat could need replacing
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