When the car is off. sounds like a short in the blower or short in the wires
You need to change your thermostat in the car.
If a 1988 Lincoln Town Car is blowing both hot and cold air when the air conditioning is on, there could be a problem with the thermostat. There might also be a problem with the level of refrigerant in the air conditioning pump.
if car is blowing cold air, you need to check the thermostat,the heater core, and the heat control. the coolant will not blow cold air unless there is no coolant at all in engine,then you have bigger problem anyway
Car not blowing air or heat
faulty control valve on heater or air in the lines
Low coolant and a clogged heater core are possibilities.
because you car is stupid
Have you checked your thermostat?
The substance that is blowing out of your air conditioner is likely not smoke, but fog (water vapor). If the surrounding air in the car is met by the cold air blowing from the vents, "fog" is produced. Meineke is a good car air conditioning repair shop.
needs heater core replaced wost likely be hind the glove box
most likely thermostat stuck less than $ 15 part
Could be many reasons but the most common would be low on freon due to a leak in the system.
Warm air contains more moisture than cold air. The air hits the cold window and the moisture is deposited on the cold glass. It is the same effect that causes your glass full of a cold beverage to start to drip down the sides.
There is a problem, and because this is a complex system with many possible causes it needs to be checked by a knowledgeable person.
Actually, the AC is always blowing cold air. Its just that sometimes your nerves can't feel it because your body is used to it.
Over-obvious answer? Your radiator, or one of your radiator hoses, leaks - badly.
Low on coolant. Bad thermostat. plugged heater core. Temp blend door malfunction.
You could open the windows instead of turning on the air conditioning, or make it so that the air is not blowing as much and it not so cold.
It sounds like your switch from hot to cold is stuck on cold
There are three main possible causes to explain why a car air conditioner is blowing hot air. These causes are a worn out compressor, refrigerant leak, and an electrical problem.
Has the fan stopped blowing or is the air coming out cold? Need more info please, make model, year and such.
If the fan is moving and blowing cold air, your cold air intake is working properly. So long as your car isn't overheating it's a safe bet that the intake is functioning properly. Quite simply your temperature gauge will head straight for the red if the engine isn't getting cold air.
Cold air is relative to your skin temperature. if your skin is 98.6*f, than 90*f air blowing over it will actually feel cool, albeit not very cold, even though when it is 90*f outside it is considered hot outside.
There are many reasons that the cars heating system may alternate between blowing hot and cold air. Some common causes of this include the heater core and air pockets in the coolant.
If it's cold outside do you want cold air blasting when you get in your car?