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BMW 323 1999 AC problem

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I have BMW 1999 323i, I keep having problem with AC. I have replace a new compressor and all Freeon are good. just crazy sometime have cold and sometime no cold air. I take it back to place replace my compressor and Happen same to them. thier said electrical problem but thier having figure yet. thier been keep my car for a week. thier said sometime no power or volt to compressor. I don't know what to do next anything will help
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Kevin

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You might have them check the blower motor for the fan while they have the car.sounds like theres a short somewhere but it could be in the fan.maybe a regulator or something is bad in the ac system

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