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Paul Berryman
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Air conditioning

Post by Paul Berryman » Sun Jul 15, 2007 11:41 pm

I have a question regarding air conditioning getting colder at higher RPM's and warmer at idle, really warm. Anyone with any information regarding what the problem might be, it'd be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Update! It seems to operate just fine even at lower speeds if I've been on the freeway for awhile. Could this be related to a switch for the AC clutch???Low Freon???Loose belt???
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Post by kyleabaker » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:54 am

If I were you, I'd check the freon level before checking anything else. If a belt were loose, you'd most likely hear it or be able to notice it under the hood. As for a switch in the clutch, as far as I know there is no such switch. Check the freon level and we'll go from there.
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Post by Paul Berryman » Tue Jul 17, 2007 4:03 am

Stopped by the Bav. auto shop and they informed me it's my AC aux. fan thats not working due a short in the fan motor that keeps blowing fuses. (Freebie) :-D Bad news, The fan is $300.00 bucks :( Thanks for the reply! I'll keep posting new stuff if and when I get it.
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