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What is the model of your air conditioner. With out that information i cant help you with your ac repair problem. If you are having prolonged air conditioning check out Air Conditioning Tamarac for more HVAC Support.
It can handle five tons, or a 60000 btu ac. Tonnage is a measurment for the ac, 1 ton-12000 btus. The ac dose the cooling. the furnace simply blows the air, so if its a good furnace, and sized right, no need to replace it. Simply add the split system to the existing furnace. If you want the tonnage of the ac size, let me know your homes squarefootage, age, condition. Do NOT include the basement in the sq. ft.
Hard starting or won't start, no power, stalling, mis-fire...etc.
How old are the plugs and wires? Plugs wear out, and with wires, its the age not the miles.
Please use AC/Delco wires, from a dealership. Yes they cost more, but you will thank me.
Has your fuel filter been changed recently?
Engines must have Air, Fuel and Ignition. Checking these systems will most likely find your problem.
have a local mechanic do a pressure test on the cooling system as i think that a vehicle this old could need a new head gasket as they do deteriorate with age especialy on vehicles around the 98 to 2002 era with that funny bonding material that was used
probably low on...no, not coolant! The AC system is separate from the coolant system. The AC needs to be recharged with
R134A, a special refrigerant used only for air conditioning, much like the old Freon or R12 it replaced. R12 was bad for ozone depletion, so about 20 years ago the federal government mandated a change to R134A.
Just go to a shop and tell the service people you may need the AC system recharged.
Sorry, but this is a world old problem for ages, ever since there were fat peoples and skinny peoples.. A large person answer is they has more insulation and needs more cooling and a small person has less insulations and needs less air,,,See where I'm going with this? Our answer is to add a dummy thermostat-----(disconnect the control wires to the original thermostat and add the control wires to a new thermostat, out of sight at the return duct close to the unit----or-------add an adjustable grill over each cubicle so they can adjust it them selves to suit each person, and YES itcan be done ...!