thermostat could be bad, or location of it, air flow over it.
It could be you have a stuck fan relay, a contactor that is sticking, or your thermostat is bad.
If your heat and air conditioner doesn't work on your 1989 Cadillac Eldo and you have install a new compressor, check the thermostat. The thermostat may be stuck close or has gone bad.
1. Low on freon.. 2. Electrical issues.. 3. Bad inside thermostat.. 4. Bad outside capacitors..
A bad alternator will cause a battery to go bad. It does not have an effect on the air conditioner.
If it totally dies, the AC unit will not operate. If it is "failing", the unit will not maintain the proper temperatures.
could be a bad bearing on the air conditioner clutch assembly.
Most likely it is a bad thermostat. The switch on the radiator fan could also have failed.
Check the thermostat. Make sure the fan switch is on auto. If it is disconnect the green wire from the control box at the air handler. This will disconnect the fan from the thermostat. If the fan continues to run, you have a stuck fan relay. If the fan shuts off, you have a bad thermostat.
No. The thermostat is not likely to be the cause.
You have a bad rear expansion valve located in the rear......
less heat in your car
air conditioner for1994 Chevy Beretta not working is there a senor that could be bad. system is charged.
The compressor could be bad.
One of the most common signs of a bad thermostat in a Subaru is the vehicle overheats. This is a sign that something is not working right with the thermostat. You may need a new one, or you may be able to repair the issue.
Low refrigerant? Bad fuse? Bad switch?
Could be a bad thermostat.
If the air conditioner fuse keeps blowing out on a 1993 Geo Metro, one possibility for this is that the serpentine belt is too tight. The motor for the air conditioner is not turning as freely as it should. The blower motor resistor could also be bad which taxes the air conditioner pump.
sounds like your air conditioner compressor is bad.
Thermostat is bad
You probably have mold on the evaporator coil.
Blown fuse? Bad relay? Bad switch? Bad fan motor?
Bad condensing fan capacitor or bad bearings on fan motor.