Volvo V50 Problems

The Air Flow or Temperature From the Climate Control System May be Incorrect on Volvo V50

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The air flow or temperature from the climate control system may be incorrect. Our technicians tell us a software update is available which should help with this concern.

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Volvo V50 Vehicles With This Problem

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Average mileage: 109,222 (70,000–146,000)
3 model years affected: 2005, 2006, 2007
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When outside temp is in high 80s the AC stops blowing cold air after 10 - 15 mins. After turning the car off and then back on the AC will work again for a little while.
I have a 2007 V50, and have had a problem with the AC for over a year. I live in Texas and it is hot. the A/C starts off cold but as I drive over 15-20 minutes the air gets hot. if I turn the unit off or stop driving and re-enter the car the air will blow cold again for a while then it will start blowing hot air.
Ambient temp sensor (on driver's side mirror??) not properly assessing heat, repeats incorrectly on dash and affects automatic AC
Hello. I have the same problem as the one described below. The air starts out cold and strong but after 10 to 15 miles it stops blowing cold. I can turn it off and on and it will start up again for a limited period of time before blowing warm air. Could this be a software update issue?