A/C BLOWING HOT AIR EVEN AFTER CHARGING SYSTEM on 1999 Ford Crown Victoria

A/C BLOWING HOT AIR, JUST CHARGED SYSTEM WITH 2 CANS OF 134-A

by in Lancaster, SC on February 17, 2009
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ANSWER by on February 17, 2009
Is your A/C compressor turning on? Is it saying on or does it cycle on and off? Do all the vent and heater controls work normally? Look at this info and fill out the diagnostic check sheet, it should help to isolate the problem. http://repairpal.com/blog/Heating-And-Cooling-Issues
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ANSWER by on April 15, 2010
Clamp off your heater hoses for a few minutes,and ck to see that the discharge temp has gotten colder ... If so you have a blend door problem,and should take your vehicle to a repair shop to have it fixed...
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ANSWER by on May 26, 2010
yes is still hot
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ANSWER by on May 27, 2010
my 1999 crown vic is the same way.. one day cold air,the next hot. went to a local parts store, they sold me a fuse "didnt work" freon "didnt work" and lastly a fan cluch switch.. "didnt work".. its so hot it fells like the heater is on...
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COMMENT by on June 13, 2010
You know I have the same problem. My gauges say its good but the lowside line is hot!!!Help!!!!
COMMENT by on March 08, 2011
Make sure your fan clutch is good. I was able to hold mine with a dowel stick and start the truck and it didn't move. After I replaced the fan clutch it blew real cold air it started pulling air past the Ac coils in front of the radiator. Hope this may help U.
ANSWER by on June 24, 2010
SAME PROBLEM WITH FORD TAURAS,,,I UNDID THE NEGETIVE BATTERY CABLE FOR 15 MINUTES,,AND IT RESET, BELIEVE IT OR NOT. MAYBE TRY THAT
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COMMENT by on September 02, 2010
while the car was running or off?
ANSWER by on September 29, 2010
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