Air conditioner works but not blowing out the vents
Hi - While traveling this last week and using the air conditioner I noticed that cool/cold air would come out of the vents while traveling at high speeds but when slowing down or coming to a stop, the air is not blowing out of the vents...like the fan/blower is not working. Any clues as to what could possibly be the problem? Thanks for any info.
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I woild be checking the vent controls as if the ac is working and the core was blocked then the air would be cool when the heat was selected but not changing Fixing the heater has resulted in a /c not being good enough to cool the air if the vent is not properly selecting. The point is that if the vent selection is not working properly (vacuum hoses) then the 2 faults will be related.
Hi. Have your car aircon evaporator cleaned. Check also the drain hose. All water should go out of the car through the drain hose. There might be something clogging up the hose that is why water will run out the floor and that causes also the aircon to work intermittently.
Had similar problem. The actuator that opens & closes the air blend door quit working. This is easy to see if you remove glove box. The actuator will move when you adjust the temp selector (do this while the heater is running).
go to a parts store such as Advance Auto Parts or Auto Zone and buy the A/C recharging kit they have with the rubber line and connector that connects only on the side that you need to recharge your system. If you can put air in your tires you can out freon in your a/c system.
there.When a compressor is replaced,
two things are in fact being replaced - both the compressor and the refrigerant
(Freon) and if the problem is resolved as a result which of those two replaced elements
caused the original problem?Well you
will never know and so before the compressor is replaced you need to have you’re
A/C system recharged – it’s by far the most cost effective initial thing to do.In general A/C systems loose at least 10% of
their effectiveness each year through loss of refrigerant and so given the age
of your car; it’s the first thing to focus on.A professional A/C centre will also be able to tell you whether your
compressor is working properly after having a refrigerant recharge by the
monitoring the operating pressures in the A/C system.