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The turbocharger is designed to do one thing; force air into the engine intake air system to produce more power than the same engine without it. Turbochargers do nothing for the ac system. Vehicle ac systems draw power from the serpentine drive belt that distributes engine power to accessories; power steering, water pump, ac compressor, alternator, ...


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Basically, no ... there's really no correlation between how the turbocharger works or makes power versus how well the A/C cools the vehicle. It does take power to run the A/C compressor. It takes power to run the alternator or water pump as well. So, when the A/C is doing its thing, there is less power available to propel the vehicle. A/C compressors really ...


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