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I can hear my compressor

When I turn on my car, and it idles, I can hear my compressor making very loud sounds. What could the problem be? And how might I fix this?

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  • aanajafi Aug 08, 2008

    Thanks. I'll def have that checked out.

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Sounds like a compressor going bad, there is no quick fix, if it is indeed going bad, it must be replaced, and this can be expensive. Find a reliable air condition tech, and have it checked out.

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