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Your issue most likely has nothing to do with the control. The reason your system is cycling so rapidly is probably due to being undercharged with refrigerant. There may still be enough left to provide heat transfer (a cold evaporator) but not effectively chill the air. This will cause rapid compressor clutch cycling like you are experiencing. It is due to ...


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Are you certain it's leaking, and it's not just condensation that you're seeing? If the refrigerant was leaking out of the evaporator, it would not stay a liquid for very long. It would evaporate faster than you would be able to notice a leak there. Also, if it were leaking, your air conditioning would stop working pretty quickly. The canister looking ...


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This is a common issue. Sometimes the door actuator needs to be reset, as it gets confused. When I had this problem in my Avalanche, I found that turning the temperature all the way to the 90 degree max setting (when set to equal cooling for both sides), waiting a few seconds for the door to stop moving, and then turning the temp back down, would resolve the ...



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