It is possible that the circuit breaker for the compressor unit is thrown (switched to "off"). Go outside to the compressor unit and follow the big cable up to the circuit breaker panel on the wall. If it is off, throw the switch to "on." If that is not the problem, something is probably wrong with the compressor unit. Turn off the breaker panel and call a repairman.
On a hot day it wouldn't be so bad; however, you may want to move away from the air conditioner if it bothering you, rearrange the furniture , or if it is a registrar adjust the veins so they are blowing up-words.
All automotive air conditioner compressors work by going on and off. That is how they control the temperature. If they are mostly off, they make it warmer. If they are mostly on, they make it colder. The fact that it is on an Impala has nothing to do with it. The fact that it is an automobile air conditioner compressor has everything to do with it. Something would be wrong if it was not going on and off.
Locked up compressor, or defective compressor clutch.
No, the RPMs of the motor will be wrong and the compressor will be damaged.
Possibly the compressor has a hole in it. My 2000 Sonata had the similar problem soon within a year of purchasing. The dealership replaced under warranty.
Because there's something wrong with it.
Have you checked the breaker outside by the unit
run as fast as you can cause it is going to blow up in 5 minutes
Car not blowing air or heat
You need to check your fan. That is typically the usual source. If your fan isn't blowing or working, you aren't creating cold air.
The most common problem would be a lack of the coolant in the A/C unit. The other would be a broken condenser.
Your air conditioner may be faulty if it is not dripping water.