Yes, low coolant will cause it to overheat without the AC; that is not the only reason that will cause overheating however.
It can if their is something wrong with the cooling system.
Yes---after air goes thru condensor,it is warmer than if ac is off. Clean the radiator
Your AC should not cause your car to overheat. Your car probably has a different reason that it is overheating. However, your AC adds additional heat to the engine. Your car wants your AC off until you get the problem fixed. You would have a similar situation if you sprained your ankle while you carried your backpack. Someone would tell you to put down the backpack until you got your sprained ankle taken care of.
If the engine is overheating, running the ac will make it overheat faster. The ac only cools the inside of the car, it actually adds heat under the hood.
Cooling fan not working, or your cooling system needs a complete service. The cooling fan should be on continuously when the A/C is on.
A car is more likely to overheat with the AC on because the AC radiator is in front of the cars radiator expelling heat. so if the engines cooling system is operating near capacity for some reason the heat coming from the AC can be just enough to tip it over the edge. The engine also has to work a Little harder while the Ac is running which would not help either.
Are the fans in front of the condenser running?
the difference between ac and dc is that the curren on ac is moving alternative and on dc is moving directly
It's purpose at that time is to keep air moving over the AC condenser. The AC condenser is located in front of the radiator. The high pressure side of the AC would overheat or would develop too high a pressure if it were not cooled by airflow when the AC is functioning.
This normally indicates a refrigerant leak. STOP USING YOUR AC IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THIS SMELL!! The fumes from the fluid in your AC system are highly toxic. The leak needs to be sorted out before the AC can be used again.
You can remove the belt for it. This is a typical failure of the a/c condenser for a T-Bird
If coolant is up to proper level and cooling fans are working - should not overheat
Be sure the cooling fans are functioning when the ac is running.
check clutch fan
No ned to. Unless clutch is engaged (AC on) it freewheels-using no power.
Excessive curent draw, usally a weak blower motor.
Yes if the pump turns freely. Otherwise you will have to install a shorter drive belt, bypassing the compressor.
put on ac in car and over heats
Moving iron type instruments only has the capable to measure the dc as well as ac currents.
Using the AC takes power from the engine and it does lower the mpg.
When the AC is running, the engine must work significantly harder to perform the same tasks it normally does. Extra work translates into more energy, which in turn creates additional heat. Without the proper level AND mixture of coolant, the car engine will overheat.