In a car the heat usually comes from engine "waste heat". You just need to be running the engine. The compressor is part of the air conditioner, which is used for cooling not heating.
Compressor not running?Heater control in heat position?
the air conditioner shouldn't have anything to do with it. there could be a problem with your tires or your driving or your kid could be jumping on the seat
I have a 1993 mark viii that just does not cool down the car when running the air conditioner
yes, if you drive and keep your windows open
Chances are your air conditioner is low or out of coolant. You can go to AutoZone, Napa, Advance Auto, or numerous other do it yourself car repair stores and have it checked out.
how do you know if the air conditioner in your car works in the winter
An air conditioner in a car uses quite a bit of power. It is not unusual for a car to hesitate when the AC comes on.
yes if someone is in the car to shut it off in case the car starts to vibrate(its bad if it vibrates)
In temp vs out temp should be about 18 degrees different if running top notch.
no but bellends can
Yes, it can.
about 5 minutes
No. A car heater gets its heat from the motor and uses no extra gas at all, unlike a car's air conditioner which does use more gas.
You can keep your windows open with the air conditioner running, but by doing so, you are letting the hot air in, the cold air out, wasting electricity, and causing your electric bill to be higher. If you want your windows open, it would be best to turn off the air conditioner. In a car, it is recommended to leave the windows open for a few minutes for the hot air to escape...then close the windows and enjoy.
Alternator, air conditioner.
Yes. If the engine is running too warm, from a lack of coolant, the ac will not work.
It could, the computer will disengage the ac compressor if the engine temp is too high.
The water you see under the car when the air conditioner is running is condensation. If you are leaking antifreeze then you need to pressure test the system and repair the leak.
You have to have the motor running as well as the AC compressor turning (AC on) to circulate the freon through the system
Check to see if your condenser fan is running when a/c compressor kick on.
The Air Conditioner is on