The defrost function simply directs air over the inside of you windshield. It's temperature is controlled by the temperature dial on your environmental controls.
Yes, the ac will run in the defrost position to dry the windshield.
If the defrost is on, the ac will be on, and the condsensor fan will be on.
Put the fillets in a bowl in the sink and run the cold water tap till defrosted
if defrost timer not working properly, refrigerator will be in continuous run.
Yes, the defrost is supposed to run in A/C mode for better defrosting
The most common reason an engine would run cold or take a long time to reach normal operating temperature is a thermostat stuck in the OPEN position or no thermostat at all.
It is possible for a 1993 Lincoln Town Car to run rough when it is cold because the choke is in the on position. This is normal on some cars.
If you do it will probably overheat the outer pieces, while not defrosting the pieces on the inside. This could also result in the outer pieces becoming too warm, causing a food borne illness. A better way to do it if you don't have a microwave with a defrost setting is to place it in the sink, then let cold water run over it until it's defrosted enough to separate the slices. Depending on how quickly you need it, you can stand it up, leaning against the side of the sink and let the water run slowly, or let it run faster if needed. Even though my microwave has a defrost setting, I've used this method quite a lot, and it works well. I actually prefer it over defrosting it in the microwave.
Cold engine, extremely cold weather, malfunctioning temp sensor, malfunctioning thermostat.
Run Cold was created on 2006-09-25.
If you can make the fan run by turning the speed switch to position 5 (hi speed) and make the headlights work by switching them on manually, replace the ignition switch in the steering column to cure this problem. It sounds odd, but that's the fix. Own one, been there, fixed that.
Compressor will normally run when in defrost mode.