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Our Buick's A/C works intermittently. I had the system recharged to no avail. Then I noticed when it was failing, the ambient temp reading showed 22F. That would account for no cold air being produced. I found the sensor located in front of the radiator. Question: Is the false reading more likely due to the sensor or the computer? Anyone out there had this experience?
All new belts including timing belt and idler pulley assembly. Seems worse with A/C on. Noise was present before belt change. Car has 118K miles.
I have a 2000 Dodge Intrepid R/T with the 3.5L Magnum engine. It overheated a couple weeks ago while stuck in freeway traffic on a hot day. It did so every day thereafter until I took it to my shop. It turns out the electrical connector at the fan assembly had melted and the fans were not running. Replaced connectors. Everything runs cool again.