Question about 1999 Ford F250 Regular Cab
99 F250 diesel: A/C blows cold (fully chraged) but will ocassionally cycle off (blow hot).
Checked and the compressor was not coming on any more. Is this a cycle-pressure switch issue?
I think what happens is that you're burning out the compressor. If you got the windows down while you're blowing the a/c? it's working over time which is why they have two cycles. The image that displays the circle motion is meant for the windows to be up and the charge will last longer and with the windows down...click the one that shows outside air coming into the car. It might not be as cold as the other option but at least you'll have some cool air while you're at it.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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