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Old 02-06-2012, 01:16 AM   #1
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A/C Not Working!!!

The A/C worked fine and then suddenly started surging the idle and going from 1k rpm down to 500 rpm and back up to 1k agian. It does this over and over and the air doesnt get cold. The compressor will kick on and run with cold air when i disconect/reconnect the battery and reset the car, but after the compressor kicks off once, it never comes back on..just starts surging the idle until i turn the A/C off and disconect/reconnect the battery again to reset it.. I was told it could be the "CCRM" (Constant Control Relay Module) but i when i put the new one on, it kept doing the same thing...im lost guys, please help!
Summers coming and Im in Arizona..im gona sweat my *** off if i dont get this fixed

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The car is a 1999 Mustang Gt with a 4.6l 2V engine by the way

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Old 02-06-2012, 01:41 AM   #2
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I don't really have an answer for you, but the first thing I would do is make sure the A/C system is fully charged. You can go to any parts store and get a gauge for cheap. If its low, have it checked out for leaks.
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Check all your vaccume lines they control everything engine, ac, heat fans.
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Re: A/C Not Working!!!

I have to +1 both of the previous replies. Does the compressor make any noise when it is running? The refrigerant carries the lubrication for your compressor... Very strange issue.
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I have to +1 both of the previous replies. Does the compressor make any noise when it is running? The refrigerant carries the lubrication for your compressor... Very strange issue.
No the compressor sounds normal when its on..idk wat the hell to think
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