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?
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Re: Aircon Compressor problem
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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if your aircon compressor is working and it,s not getting cold then it can be cause of leakage in aircon system then need to refill freon on your system .
please contact to your areaamcordealer for get the benefit of your warranty period(if it is in under warranty)
Very possible your condenser is extreemly dirty and is turning off on a high pressure cutout. suggest you clean out condenser with compressed air. Brushing is not enough. also, check if condenser fan(at the compressor) is working.
my friend us hould check your aircon have proper gas and may be there is a problem in your compressor u should chech power current supply of air con its possible there is aircon have short gas problem so contect to your a.c technician for further action.
Please check if the compressor is running, if not, then there is no warm air generated. Please contact the RHEEM dealer about it. Aircon compressors are run with a thermostat. So, you may try setting the aircon thermostat to maximum, so that the compressor run, and you can have your warm air. May this info help you.
Is this noise definately from the compressor? have you looked round the system for a loose componant like the fan? is this system a heat pump sorry I have not checked online but if it is what is the sound like in heat mode, if just coling unit please ignor last.
As long as the engine doesn't die that is pretty normal for those cars. earlier a/c systems had much heavier compressors and took an extremely large amount of energy to turn. that is what causes the idle to drop. If you do experience anything other than that then i would have it looked at. If it makes the engine pull way down then you could be having compressor issues. hope i helped and good luck.
Your compressor ismounted or rubber feet. If one or more of these rubber spacers is gone or loose you need to come up with some more. If these are still n place its possible that the compressor (which is mounted inside the black oval or round case) may have a broken spring. In this case its compressor time Im assuming your fan is ok as you say its only when the cooling is on. Only 4 things move on the AC 1= inside fan 2= outside fan 3= fan motor and 4=compressor& compressor moptor which are in 1 case.
If you need to know more add on more information but I believe if youve gave me all you can thhin of its something to do with the compressor.
OH yes FYI if the outer case of the compressor is round you have a rotary compressor and they arenatorious for being loud and viberating even when new. If you decide its inside the compressor Id suggest replace the whole thing cause the compressor viberation causes tyhe copper lines to become hard and can crack eaisly.
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