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I already commented on an answer to your other question: http://mechanics.stackexchange.com/a/31965/6794 The bottomline is: There's no sense in trying to compare A/C systems in different vehicle types. If a workshop is out for a quick buck, they will happily evacuate and refill your A/C refrigerant, whether it's needed or not. (I regularly hear the sales ...


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Welcome to the wonderful and wacky world of thermodynamics. A volume of air has heat. For example a gallon of air needs a certain amount of cooling to drop from 87 degrees to 42 degrees. An AC evaporator can absorb heat at a constant maximum rate. When the blower is on low and lets say flowing one gallon of air a second, the evaporator is able to drop ...


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As mentioned in my update to my question, I'm fairly certain it is a "glass to lift plate bushing", it's a 2-part bushing. Looks like a black plastic t-nut that screws into the middle of this white plastic piece. Then the screw from the window regulator screws into the black t-nut to hold everything together. I mentioned I was going to purchase one from ...


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Set these test conditions: Engine set to 1800 rpm Recirulation air direction on Fan speed on low Windows up Temp set to max cold Air outlet to dash vents Vehicle in the shade Run for at least ten minutes, longer on a hot day. It can take much longer on in hot weather or if the vehicle is parked in the sun. Measure at least 3 inches into the center dash ...


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Sounds like the shift linkage is loose or partially broken. Lift the car up and look at where the linkage connects to the transmission. I've seen where the brackets rot causing similar complaints.



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