it should be blowing cold air(wish mine did)but really though you might try to adjust the warm air control i think we are on the same page i found out if you turn your control knob all the way counter clock wise to the coldest postition it closes the vent from the outside, the recyle should kick on and not allow outside air to come in even if the controler is turned off
Hire a fix-it guy?
If your ac is making noises or is blowing hot air instead of cold
55 degrees to 60 degrees
Actually, the AC is always blowing cold air. Its just that sometimes your nerves can't feel it because your body is used to it.
does fan door motorized or on a vaccuum line when you switch from AC to defrost?
It usually means that your system has developed a leak. Your AC system is charged with freon gas. If a certain amount leaks out, a safety device prevents the AC compressor from starting. Without the compressor, no cold air.
This means your Jimmy is pregnant with a Jenny.
your blower may be bad. your ac clutch may be bad
Is is blowing hot air on the drivers side, or nothing at all? If it is blowing hot air even though you have the thermostat set on cold - it could be the heat actuator. It will occasionally do this after about 75000 miles or so. Mine started at 114000 miles and if you turn it off and turn it back on - it will start blowing cold again...$400 repair. Hope this helps.
you may be low on freon and jsut need a good charge of R134a
The electric heating elements are probably turned on.
Possible low freon.
Yes if it is set to heat indoors but if it isn't than go get it checked out by a qualified AC technician.
If there is not cold air blowing out then you could go get your ac charged
Most AC's that don't blow cold need a recharge - not a computer redo.
Look to see if the compressor is running when the ac is on. If not, then check the Freon pressure, as the compressor won't run if the Freon is low.
Kinda, but it'd be real inefficent and expensive. Think about it: at one end of the room you have the AC making cold air. At the other end you have the fan, blowing that cold air out of the room. Means the AC has to take in new warm air from the outside and cool it. You're better off having a large portion of the air in the room recirculating. That way the AC doesn't have to work that hard.
Refrigerant leak? Blown fuse? Compressor not starting
out of freon
sounds like the a/c clutch is not working. take it to an a/c shop and they can test it for you pretty quickly
The first thing that you need to check will be the freon level in the system and work your way from there.............
You could open the windows instead of turning on the air conditioning, or make it so that the air is not blowing as much and it not so cold.
if its blowing, but not blowing cold its low on coolant. it takes r134a.
a long time
Your engine is hot.