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I'm assuming that, when you changed your engine, you had the air conditioning system evacuated so that the compressor could be removed. Before the system works, you will need to have the system evacuated again (to remove accumulated moisture from the lines and coils), and really should take the opportunity to replace the O-rings, seals, and orifice tube to avoid future issues.
This is a labor-intensive operation, and is usually somewhat costly. Be prepared.
Once you have had the system evacuated and recharged, and hook up the compressor and other controls, the system should work as before you did the engine swap.
Hello, This is a common issue with the samsung intensity II. I am a verizon agent and we see this alot. Usualy its because the battery has something internally wrong with it that causes the issue. Run by your local verizon store have them try another battery. That should fix it up, problem is the battery is only under warranty for 30 days from purchase where the phone is warranted for 1 year. There are situatons where the phones software is corrupt and thus causes this error as well.. Contact 1800-922-0204 and select tech support. (no is for verizon cust support) if warranty they will overnight you a repalcement phone. Hope this helps Roger
Your issue may be just the opposite of what you suspect. If the unit is too small, it will run continuously, but may do a better job of de-humidifying the space because the A/C unit has more time to pull humidity out of the air.
Conversely, if the unit is too large for the application, it may run for only a brief time, make the space cold, but may not provide effective dehumidification, resulting in the problem you describe.
Condensation occurs when hot humid air condenses out on a cooler surface, which in this case may be your windows and doors.
Keep your eye on this issue as excessive condensation or moisture build up can result in mildew or mold.
Check the boot/trunk for the Air suspension switch make sure it accidently hasnt been turned off.,
You said you checked the fuses make sure you pulled it out and checked it not just glanced to double check,
Go to the engine bay and open up the fuse box above the battery Swap the horn and Air suspension relay *Marked on box* around and try the horn, if the horn doesnt work you found your issue and a new relay is needed.
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ALL 850 and S-70 models with climate control have these issues and i am an ASE VOLVO MASTER TECH and you must have a lot of experiance to troubleshoot and fix these systems and 20 pages of tests it sounds like one of the damper motors is not working these motors direct air flow to different duct outlets