There has got to be some kind of mistake in communication with whoever you spoke to at the dealer because that just sounds silly. The ambient temperature does not have to be any particular temperature for the AC to come on, and just to be sure I haven't missed something, I just consulted the Ford online service manual on that car. Nope, it doesn't need to be 74 degrees outside. Whoever told you that either didn't understand your question, you didn't understand the answer, or you spoke to the janitor.Maybe they meant that you have to have the AC control temp setting below about 74 degrees before air from the vent starts to feel cool. As a rule of thumb, that would be pretty much an accurate statement, since the system is going to do whatever it takes to bring temperature to whatever setting you have the temp set at. In other words, if it is set at 75 degrees, even though you may have AC selected, the computer is going to apply cool or warm air to the vents to either bring the inside temp down to 75 or up to 75, whatever is needed. You may want to consult the dealer again, but you should speak to an actual technician, one who actually gets dirty working on the cars. The service manager and service advisers look nice, and dress clean, but they usually know absolutely nothing about a car.
I don't know the answer, but we have a 2007 Solara & we have the same probem. The Dealer replaced something last week but it still has the same problem. It always seems to work at the dealer. Dave
You have to ask your dealer. In a Chrysler Voyager 97 it is placed beneath the generator.
I asked my dealer the same question for my 06 CRV and was told that it was not adjustable. Per Honda plus or minus 10 degrees was "normal"!!!!
visit the dealer
Mazda B2300 air conditioner is composed of many parts that the total cost can range between $800 and $1200. You can visit a Mazda dealer or a local auto repair shop for detailed information on the air conditioner.
Take it to a dealer and ask them to check for vacuum leaks.
any dealer will have a conversion kit but i think they will need to do it.
pop hood... air sensor sits behind frnt bumper 2 wires clean or replace sensor $20. dealer
Unless you have the proper tool you best take it to a dealer. You question would take more space than allowed here. You can purchase a manual with the information you need. See dealer.
Junkyard or dealer, they shouldn't be much either place.
The total cost of buying a 9000 BTU ductless air conditioner ranges from $620 to $700. The cost of installation depends on the dealer or contractor you hire.
14.50 dollars at the dealer
chesk if there is coolent and if not put some in and if that doesnt work bring it to a toyota dealer
He is the person standing near the mueseum on the outside. The curator is on the inside.
They can buy cars in any state.
The fluid level in the trans is very temperature specific. The dealer uses his scan tool to check fluid temperature, compares it to a chart, and then knows how far up the dipstick the fluid level should be.The fluid level in the trans is very temperature specific. The dealer uses his scan tool to check fluid temperature, compares it to a chart, and then knows how far up the dipstick the fluid level should be.
dealer fluid is best. high temperature tested.
Your dealer can tell you if there is a complimentary repair for this. Sounds like it has a leak and is low of refrigerant.
Not that I remember. If you call your local Dodge dealer with the Vin of the vehicle they will check for any open recalls for free.
Keep a calculator handy and calculate using this formula Tc = (5/9)*(Tf-32)Just kidding. *Dealer can reprogram it for you or some cars have self programmable console.*not a very funny joke, eh???
In the Lilycove City, if 5 paintings of your Pokemon who won the contest are exhibited to the Art Gallery's second floor, the Curator will give you a Statue of a Legendary Pokemon... But about the Art Dealer outside, I still don't know what to do with him...
Take it back to the dealer. The AC drain is Blocked OR the Heater Core is Leaking.
3ton Courtesy from godfather heating and air conditioning San Antonio Tx Carrier authorized dealer
California does not require that you "go thru a dealer". However, IF you are buying a gun from outside the State of California, it must come to a dealer in California. That has been Federal law since 1968.
The Burns Honda dealer is located in Marlton in New Jersey. They are on Route 73 North and they can easily be found from their large hoardings just outside the dealership building.