when 2001 ford explorer is idle ac doesn't blow cold air but it does get cold when driving or reeved up..........why does it do that?
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2001 Ford Explorer Question: when 2001 ford explorer is idle ac doesn't blow cold air
Answer #1dandd May 31, 2011, 18:21Master
2 things come to mind, low refrigerant and/or a worn compressor. Best thing to do is to put on a set of A/C gauges ( or have a shop so this ) and
see what the idle pressures and then the 2500 rpm pressure are. This will tell you volumes about what your issue is.
here is an A/C diagnostic sheet to help you or your shop: