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As Allan pointed out, AC cycles on and off, but should have a negligible effect. If you are finding it causing engine problems the two areas to look are: battery. It may be yours is on the way out, and the AC load pulls it below a threshold. aircon. It could be faulty and causing far more load than expected. Check the battery first - it's cheaper.


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There is something in the vent which is blocking proper air circulation. I think you have two recourses available to you: First, talk to the service manager. It sounds to me the mechanic doesn't want to take the time to figure out what the issue is. It may be involved where they have to pull the dash apart to get at the problem area. It is my bet there is a ...


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I would bet you're right about having to disconnect hoses, but don't know for sure by just looking at an image on Google. If you do have to disconnect the A/C hose, you should take it to a shop which will be able to completely remove all of the refrigerant from the system prior to opening it up. After you get the hose off, you'll need to get a new drier to ...


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Your blower motor resistor module has blown. The fourth position provides 1:1 (full 12v) power to the fan. The other three positions provide reduced power, which allows the fan to operate at lower speeds. You can buy a replacement part relatively cheap online. This should be fairly easy to replace as well. It should easily be found under dash on the ...


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Doorman and others make a valve removal tool that comes with both high low PSI fittings. It snaps on to the valve head then you connect then removal portion that has a ball-cock. Start by connecting to which ever valve and remove inner Schrader valve it will blow valve up into tube and then shut ball cock and unscrew top tube remove bad Schrader and insert ...



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