What causes a burning rubber smell when air conditioner is turned on in 1995 Grand Am SE?
sounds like your A.C. compressor clutch is locking up
When air conditioner is turned on smoke comes from under hood. it has a burning rubber smell. temperature gauge remains steady and car stops smoking as soon as the air conditioner is turned off.?
Why would the air conditioner heater make a high-pitch squealing noise when turned on and also smell like rubber burning?
I'm not sure maybe there's a fan somewhere...maybe you stopped using conditioner. If you have rough, static hair, then use conditioner. I prefer Aussie conditioner but it's up to you. Conditioner gives you smooth, flat hair that's soft. Aussie conditioner comes in purple bottles. Aussie gives you soft hair after only one use! Good luck!
I see this happen a lot. The thermostat is turned down way to low (60 degrees or lower) causing ice to build up on the air conditioners condenser coils. Which causes the air not to get through the coils. The icing of the condenser creates a blockage and the air conditioner doesn't cool the house or room. Making you think it is not working. If not corrected the compressor will overheat. (Not Good). Turn the…
Any smell from the car vents is unrelated to the AC system unless it is an antiseptic smell. Generally, the smells are environmental from your engine compartment, where the fresh air is taken from. If you smell something burning from the vents, then something is heating up to much under your hood. Check your compressor for a worn clutch, or oil leaking onto the exhaust manifold.