Usually it is slight mold and mildew in the evaporator case that makes the smell, if you put the air on high and take lysol spray and spray under the glove box and dash that should kill it may take a few times though. Also make sure your evaperator drain hose is not obstructed. A buildup of condensate can lead to mold and a musty smell.
I know on my cavalier which is a 2001 it is possible to re route the serpentine belt away from the air conditioner compressor. I was having trouble with mine popping the belt off. Hope I helped you out.
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Yes, but if you unplug the wiring to the compressor, the pulley will simply idle without causing the compressor to do anything, unless the pulley clutch is faulty and is constantly engaging the compressor, in which case, you will have to bypass the compressor pulley or replace it. If you must bypass the air conditioner, you will need a shorter belt (by at least 12 inches). It is possible that the stock belt for your motor without air conditioning option will fit, try that option first. Otherwise the proper fit will have to be determined by trial and error or use string to trace the new route and measure its length. The new route should be exactly the same except bypassing the compressor.
If you are facing the problem of low discharge airflow to the cooling space causing low cooling performance which can lead to possible damage to the compressor of the air conditioners.
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If you are talking about the compressor on the engine, you may have a bad fuse, bad clutch on the compressor, or too high of pressure in the air conditioning system. If you are talking about the fan motor in the ac/heater assembly, possible blown fuse or bad motor.
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION1984-89 Accord and 1984-87 Prelude1. If possible, operate the engine at idle speed and run the air conditioning system for a few minutes.2. Turn the air conditioning system and the engine off. Disconnect the negative battery cable and disconnect the compressor clutch wire from the air conditioning compressor.3. Safely discharge the air conditioning system using the proper recovery/recycling equipment.4. Loosen the power steering pump adjusting and mounting bolts.5. Remove the power steering belt.6. Remove the power steering pump. Leave the hoses attached; just move the pump out of the way.7. Disconnect the hoses from the compressor and cap the hoses and ports immediately to keep out dirt. Disconnect the brackets on the suction and discharge hose.8. Loosen the compressor mounting and adjusting bolts; remove the belt.9. Remove the condenser cooling fan and motor mounting frame at the radiator.10. Remove the mounting bolts and the compressor. Set the compressor on the engine support beam.11. Remove the compressor bracket. Remove the compressor from the engine compartment. If the compressor is to be replaced, note that two types of compressor are used: Keihin or Nippondenso. They are not interchangeable; the original type must be reinstalled.To install:12. If a new compressor is being installed, add 1 oz. (30 cc) of refrigerant oil through the suction port on the compressor.13. Install the compressor bracket. Tighten the bolts to 34 ft. lbs. (47 Nm).14. Install the compressor; tighten the bolts snug only.15. Install the fan and frame.16. Install the compressor belt. Final tighten the mounting bolts to 34 ft. lbs. (47 Nm); adjust the belt tension.17. Install new O-rings onto the hoses. Apply a small amount of refrigerant oil to the O-rings and threads of the fittings, then connect the hoses.18. Install the power steering pump and belt; adjust the belt.19. Connect the negative battery cable.20. Evacuate and recharge the air conditioning system.
The Air conditioning compressor is likely seized. There is a clutch in the pulley that engages the compressor when the A/C is turned on. You can easily check the compressor (with engine off make sure the pulley has had time to cool off as it will be very hot) Try to turn the most center part of the pulley. If you cannot turn it by hand the compressor is seized. The smoke was MOST likely from the serpentine belt rubbing on the seized pulley when the A/C compressor was engaged. Please note that the same belt drives the power steering pump. This belt will be destroyed from the heat and must be replaced to prevent a possible steering failure.
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If the air conditioning light is blinking on a 1992 Chevy Pickup, it is possible that the Freon is low in the air conditioning system. it is also possible for this light to blink when the radiator fluid is low or there is a problem with the air conditioning belt running the pump.
There is an intermittent failure in the safety restraint system. You will need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.There is an intermittent failure in the safety restraint system. You will need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.
Possible causes could include: Failed air-con on/off switch. Wiring fault. Compressor clutch fault. Blown fuse. No gas in system. the clutch on the compressor has a fuse and it was blown. i soldered across the fuse and the clutch is now working. also if there is not enough gas the clutch will not engage as well.
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Blown fuse, low of refrigrant, defective compressor, or compressor clutch.
It is possible the air compressor is bad. You will need to replace the air compressor, so the air will work again.
It's possible, but a bit unlikely.
One possible cause of intermittent pressure or pulling behind 1 eye is problems with the sinuses. Allergies can also cause pressure behind the eye.
An air compressor sucks in and compresses air from the atmosphere. Whatever contaminants present in the air at the air intake of the compressor will be present in the air which is discharged from the compressor, with the possible exception of particulates which are filtered by the intake air filter. It is possible that carbon monoxide and other engine exhaust emissions, or ambient gases, or polutants can be in the atmosphere near the compressor intake. These invisible gases mix with the "air" and are compressed and discharged from the compressor. This is one reason why it is not safe to breath the air from a compressor unless the compressor is labeled that it is rated and approved as a breathing air source. Even then, the compressor must be in proper working condition and be operated by a qualified person. Breathing air from a compressor that is not rated and approved for breating air applications CAN KILL YOU.
The first thing that comes to mind is whether when you replaced the water pump you purchased a belt that is of the right size to accomodate the pulley that runs your AC compressor. Although I'd doubt that any Grand was ever purchased or even produced without AC I guess its possible which would mean that there would be two sizes of belts available. Check that first. Its possible that the new belt (if you did in fact replace the belt with the new water pump) is slipping on the AC compressor pulley due to a problem with belt tensioning or a defective compressor. With the engine running this would be easy to see and typically be making a squeeling noise. If the AC compressor pulley is turning then a further look at your air conditioning system would be your next step and would make me wonder if your AC was in fact working prior to the water pump replacement.