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Sounds like a misfire, but this can be many things. One would need to experience the problem and run a few tests and checks to determine what is going on here. Better take it to a shop and have a diagnosis performed.
Possibly low on refrigerant, or could be many other things. Get a basic check done to see if it's low. The shop may recharge it and have to check for leaks to find the problem.
I would get the system checked, it may be low on refrigerant. Or you may have a radiator fan that is not working. Best to have a shop look at this to determine what is really wrong.
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Pull the door panel and use a voltmeter to see if the motor is getting the proper ground and power signals.
The sender in the tank may be bad, the fuel gauge or the wiring in between. Sometimes it's just a dirty level sensor, try using some Chevron Techron in the tank see if it helps clean the fuel level sensor.
This means the oil pressure is low, or there is a problem with the oil pressure warning light circuit. Start by checking the oil level, then oil pressure and then the sensor and circuit for the oil light.
I would check to see if your compressor is getting power when it stops cooling, if it doesn't then start troubleshooting the circuit. This is not too difficult but you cannot guess when doing this kind of work, you'll end up replacing incorrect parts. Better if you diagnose first or have a shop diagnose it for you. You looking at paying at least 1 hour diagnosis time to check it out.
They are normally in a housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the cylinder head. You might find a picture if you look on parts.com or one of the other parts sites.
Look at this site: http://www.instantestimator.com/ or go to a body shop and they'll give you a free estimate