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2005 Ford Focus AC problem

Problem just started, When car decelerates hot air comes out, after a short period if I come to a stop and or excelerate the cold air comes back. I took it to the shop to check the feon and it was ok. I am a college student with a very low budget please help.

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  • tactical_pat Oct 03, 2008

    happen to me and it went away or maybe my mom got it fixed?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have the AC compressor cycling switch tested. Run the service codes.

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I had this probelm, my air conditoner was low on Freon, try getting it serviced. I only had 1/2 lb of freon in my system.

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