Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Toyota car having problem with it's aircon. The aircon compressor does not automatically works when I open my aircon. It will take minutes of driving before it works. This causes my rpm to soar during the initial driving. What can be wrong?
I wanna know how do you read the terminal of a 5 tr compressor the common , starting and the running i wanna know how to read it
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
Im not that familiar with cars, but if this is a new (90 or newer) then the RPM going so high is because the fast idle switch. It does this to compensate for the extra power being used by the compressor, which isn't coming on at first. Is the electric fan coming on for the condenser coil at the same time as the compressor? You should have 2 fans, one is for the radiator water, the other is for the A/C. There are temperature controlled sensors for these fans on some models. Its possible that may have something to do with it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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