sounds as if your drain hose is blocked. I had a similar problem many years ago when the heater of my Renault 16 got full of rainwater. Every time I turned a corner it sounded like a washing machine as the fan thrashed the water about in the heater inlet duct. I solved it by poking a piece of wire up through the drain hose (you would have to locate it on your particular car, of course). A load of water came gushing out and it never did it again. (A free mend is always good news!) Good luck That is the answer. I had the exact problem on the exact same model--to find the plug, open the hood and look on the back "wall" of the engine compartment--a little to the left--it is down behind the shiny silver insulation--there is a small flap that you can lift--then poke in there to pull the plug out and let it drain out. it is a cinch.
More than likely yes.
A bad compressor belt can cause a whistling noise while running the air conditioner. A bad engine can also cause this noise.
The most common reason for your air conditioner not turning on is that your A/C system has a leak in it somewhere.
sounds like you ac compressor is about to crap out.
What would cause my fan to keep running after turning the car off it is a 2005 kia sorento
It could, the computer will disengage the ac compressor if the engine temp is too high.
Compressor not running, blown fuse, low of freon.
It is possible if the circuit breaker has tripped or is faulty. The best way to check is by unplugging the air conditioner, and plugging in a table lamp. If the lamp lights up, then you know that the circuit breaker is working, if not then it is faulty.
Excess load = the idle RPM falls to low and the engine shuts off.
While running your air conditioner, the vents should be closed so that warm air from out side do not enter into the room,which may cause damage to the machine in the long run and it will fetch more time to cool the room.
You have only two this that can cause this and you need to first check to see if there is any freon in the system and if so then check the a/c electrical system..........
There is no such thing as and air-conditioner accumulator in an automobile. A nonworking air-conditioner compressor can cause a cooling malfunction.