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The load put on your engine will come from the AirCon compressor, but that pressure is controlled by the AirCon pressure sensors. A service quality AirCon machine at your local garage will determine the fault.
All modern vehicles require a scan when it comes to fault finding. Even as a routine part of its service a scan should be included. Your vehicles idling is controlled by APP- accelerator pedal position switch, IAC- idle air control and the ECT- engine temperature sensor. The engines RPM is also increased by a pressure sensor in your AirCon system. The engine ...
I don't think there is a fuse for only one door, but for both rear doors or even all 4. The fuse box is under the steering wheel on the left side. The other one (but don't need in your case) is under the hood near battery. Pull every fuse one after another and check them, or look at the car manual where it is. If this is not the fuse, there muss be a short ...
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