I have replaced the air compressor the orifice tube and the dryer. I had air for about 3 weeks now it is barely cool. I get cool air on the driver side and warm air on the passenger side what is the problem. Check the freon and it is showing fully charged
A/C not blowing cold air on 1992 Buick Park Avenue
by dlt1966 in Memphis, TN on August 09, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper on August 09, 2012
ck your orfice tube for debri. your system may have been full of metal from old compressor and plugged it. did you clean system with a/c flush kit?
COMMENT by Chevy Power on August 09, 2012
The orifice tube would not cause cold air out of some vents. It would seem to be a problem with the mix doors, or elec. control
COMMENT by globalhelper on August 09, 2012
THE POST SAID ITS BARELY COOL AND THAT COULD BE A BLOCKAGE
it may blow heat shut car off come back start car and it may blow heat or it may blow cold air
After the car is washed the outside temp reads -39. The A/C blows warm air. When the temp reads 60, set temp, the A/C blows cold again. It takes about 20 minutes for it to blow cold. After that it ...
cold air is on all the time, even when a/c is not on.
when i have it on heat the blower motor blows hard but when i go to a/c it hardly blows anything even with the hard turned all the way up
The temperature coldness on the driver side is ok and blows cold air but the passenger side is blowing hot air. How do I fix this? Is it a vacuum problem or an actuator?