It's telling you the revolution sensor is not matching the revolutions of the engine. The ECU takes over and cuts current to the AC when this happens and the ac light will start blinking. A turn the AC of then turn it back on and it's not blinking tells you the problem is going to lead to no AC if you don't get it fixed.
If an AC light is blinking on a 1991 Toyota Camry it may indicate that a belt is slipping. The AC light may also blink indicating that the system has been overcharged.
what cause the ac light to blink on a 1999 Toyota sienna
most have the option of using either fresh or recirculated air
AC works by pulling in d moisture and air in the room and recirculating it again and again. With this attempt the AC also pulls d moisture from our skin and makes it dry. That is why continuous exposure to AC should b avoided.
If its flickering its most likely a short
If the AC light is blinking in the Toyota 98 Sienna, it means that something is internally wrong with your AC, it has stopped working, and it is recommended that you take it to the dealer to repair. This is not a very specific answer, but that is exactly what it says in the user manual. I find if I stop, turn off the car and AC for about 15 minutes, then restart, it will work again, until a week later and I have to repeat the process.
Check vent switch to make sure it is not on windshield position
low refrigerant charge?
On the passengers side locate the a/c blower motor and then look up, you will seen the recirculating door and to the left of that you will see the actuator that controls the the inside and outside air.........
A blinking AC light on your 1992 Chevy pick-up typically means that your vehicle is low on refrigerant causing the compressor to cycle too often. There are also bulletins suggesting polishing your control head terminals, and ensuring that the controller is not being falsely disabled.
No. However, it could be harmful to yourself or passengers because you are breathing the same stale air over and over. It is best to use the recirculating mode to initially cool the car and then switch to the outside air mode to keep fresh air comming into the car.
Maximum A/C is just recirculating the air within the vehicle as opposed to bringing fresh air from the outside when it is set on normal. It will have no effect whatsoever on fuel mileage.
The ac compressor pump may be seized.
Throw the car away and that will fix all problems.
It is probably steam coming from a leaky heater core.
The first step would be to determine WHY it's blinking. Kind of difficult to repair something when you haven't even diagnosed what the problem is. I'd recommend you take it to a dealer to have the computer hooked up so that fault codes on the ECM can be checked.
what causes compressor lockout in voager rooftop unit.
Moisture? Contaminated refrigerant?
magnetic clutch switch is always the solution. bought mine from www.bobbridge.com for an excellent discount. this should solve your problem.
the ac slows the engine, the lower idle causes the lower oil pressure
only when it is on, it causes slow acceleration
loose or worn belt
pressure switch located on the accumulator