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Ac compressor an a van
have you disconnected the wire to the clutch coil
if you have and it is still not free wheeling you have a bearing failure in the pulley on the compressor shaft
Heat ...ac 2000 town and country
Sounds like more than one issue. 17 year old Chrysler, so it is not a surprise. Blend door actuator, HVAC power head are possibilities. If this is still powered by vacuum lines, they could have leaks at this age and nothing will work right. This all could require dash removal of various degrees to test and repair.
Losing RPMs while Steering to the Right
Check for wiring that moves when you turn the wheel. The harness may be tangled in the steering linkage. This could be under the car or under the dash by the steering column. It could even be the ignition switch wiring.
Blower motor thermal cut off
Obviously, you are talking about your vintage 1932 Chevy Coupe. I know that's the vehicle because you did NOT say that it WASN'T!
The fluttering sound is probably dry leaves that got stuck in the blower assembly! Suck them out with a shop vac!
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