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Old 08-16-2009, 11:55 AM   #1
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Exclamation HELP!!! AC Stop working 2.....13

Hey my AC that was working today just stopped blowing cold air. I hear like a poppin sound coming from inside the dash when i turn the recirculation off and when I sometimes turn the AC off. I just got it recharge and I recently fixed the 1.....08 code that i got but I think i may have a jammed flap somewhere. Do you guys have any idea where I should start..it's like 95 in boston and damn i am melting away.

Thanks for the assist.
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Old 08-16-2009, 01:17 PM   #2
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Hot town, summer in the city......

It's 92 in New Hampster, but here goes- Take off the kick panel next to the left foot of the passenger's side. Up and forward of the amp unit you will see the litlle servo motor that moves the damper. Check to see that it rotates cw/ccw when you go from heat to A/C. I have an ACC unit if you need one. I'm assuming the system is holding the R134A charge OK.
My A/C stopped working two weeks ago. Ended up being the pressure switch on the receiver/drier. The wires for the switch got destroyed by the grille. Had a spare receiver with switches so just swapped 'em and did some creative carving on the back side of the grille. That solved the no A/C while not moving. Going down the road the A/C worked. That damaged switch is supposed to tell the fan to run cause the A/C is on. Also check the low speed relay for the radiator fan. The low speed resistor located on the fan is another weak part. I also noticed that the safety latch on the hood hits up against the condensor. Got a couple of those too. Also have a compressor if you need one, as well as the A/C lines.
So, hope that helps. Let me know. I'm < 1 hr to Logan. Located off exit 1 on RT95 on the MA/NH border.
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Old 08-16-2009, 01:26 PM   #3
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Thanks, I just put in a new condenser probably a month ago. I think I will check all those things and let you know. Thanks
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