The same has happened with my 2000 Dodge Neon. Mine is a manual transmission 4 Door Sedan. A month ago my a/c stopped working and started blowing hot air. Strangely, if I move from vent to defrost and then back again the a/c sometimes comes back (mildly) for up to 15 minutes. It also seems to be effected by my accelerating, more acceleration more cool air for a little while. It always returns back to hot air, though. I had a mechanic check the fuses and the gas level (freon?) and they were fine. The mechanic theorized that the clutch compressor is broken. I called my dealership and they said they could test my A/C system for $135.00. When I said it might be the clutch compressor they offered to transfer me to their parts department. It is my understanding that if it is the clutch compressor it will cost 300-400 dollars. The sad thing is that this car only has 26k miles on it. Grrr, I say. PLEASE try a freon recharge first. I got that "failed compressor" theory from a mechanic, too. Mine was a hose that was leaking at the seam. Yours sounds like it needs a recharge. Get a kit from the auto parts store (about $15-20) and do it yourself-see what happens. Did anyone check the tension on the belt? If these are the original belts its possible the belt is getting loose or breaking down (more due to age rather than use).
The defrost setting also turns the compressor on in order to remove humidity from the air stream. By switching to defrost and back you are temporarily cooling the expansion coil. This would indicate that the compressor and clutch are working correctly. I would expect a bad dash panel switch.
The warning light on the dash of a Dodge Charger could mean different things. It would depend on the year of the Dodge Charger for starters. There are also multiple warning lights. It is recommended to check the owners manual or have it checked my a mechanic.
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If a cat suddenly increases their drinking this can be a warning sign of diabetes. Get them to a vet as soon as you can.
you can go to speedometer and out of speedometer
A loose wire would cause the horn to stop working on your Dodge Avenger 2.4L engine.
Blown fuse would be where to look first.
Defective flasher relay.
blown fuse in the fusebox.
A disconnection in your wiring. loose wiring.
Check for a spot of corrosion!
What would cause the power windows on both sides to suddenly stop working? Also at the same time cause the air conditioner to not work in the front of the van only. The van is a 1991 Dodge Custom Van Ram 250.
there is a belt tensioner pulley that maybe is not working correctly
A child definition for the word abrupt would probably be : suddenly;without warning. example: The bus came to an abrupt stop.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
well if the throttle isn't getting gas to the engine it would suddenly stop because of no fuel. On the other hand if the faulty throttle is like some of the Toyotas lately and gets stuck to the floor, your car would suddenly work way too well! :o
A bad connection would cause a forklift mast to suddenly or slowly lower. Check all your connection wires to ensure they are properly attached and working.
My guess would be that one of roblox's updates made it incompatible. I would suggest upgrading your graphics card and/or RAM!
chack for a blown fuse or fuses.
Have your brake system checked immediately! (by a proffesional)
"Suddenly" doesn't have a comparative and superlative form. Instead, you would say "more suddenly" or "most suddenly."
it could be the coil pack it could be the coil pack
check your fuses.
the abs sensor located in the rear end housing