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Old 04-04-2007, 07:28 PM   #11
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The guy that checked the AC system said it was up to snuff. The outlet hose from the compressor gets real cold and has condensation on it. All pressures were checked. I found the link on the air mix actuator check. I am gonna dive into it tomorrow and see whats up. As always, I will share what I find. Thanks again for all the help. I am looking foward to getting this luxo-rocket sorted out.
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The guy that checked the AC system said it was up to snuff. The outlet hose from the compressor gets real cold and has condensation on it. All pressures were checked. I found the link on the air mix actuator check. I am gonna dive into it tomorrow and see whats up. As always, I will share what I find. Thanks again for all the help. I am looking foward to getting this luxo-rocket sorted out.
This Car has the H6 Compressor, it will cycle... But if its a rapid cycle, either the system is low( part of what I think ) or its cool out( this is another possibility )

Does this car have the Manual Climate control? Or is it electronic?

And yes there is a possibility that the air mix actuator is dead/cracked... Had that happen to mine

If you have any more questions.... Let us know

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Orginial problem, no cold ac. Possible fixes, air mix valve replacement, temp control, ect. Anyway, the air/mix valve seemed like a good place to start. But, the last couple of days have been cool (for Texas anyway). I fired up the AC just for grins (non ECC, non dual CC). I could actually hear a door move in the bowels of the dash and the AC worked great!? I could adjust the temp control and get either real cold or real hot air. I could hear the compressor cycle on an off in relation to temp setting. Ok, cool, this tells me the system works. Now that thinks have warmed up again, its back to its old ways, hot only. I am still gonna dive into the air/mix valve. I just thought it was kinda weird everything works great, in cool weather. And, what does the sunload sensor control? Could that little bugger be acting up?
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