can you block the high side on the ac on a car to stop a leak
spark plug gap Can also be a vacuum leak.
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.
v have to check the blower motor,ac pipe lines and cluster assembly
There is obviously a leak somewhere
Because it probably has a leak if you have just fixed a leak then you need to put a vacuum on your AC system before you can charge it.
you have an AC leak
because of condensation
Low Freon - Your AC system has a leak .The low pressure switch is working.
your drain line for your ac evaporator core is plugged up. A service station can blow this out for you.
A good analogy would be ' can water get out of a a bottle without a leak?" the answer is "no". If you run out of freon you have two things. Either you have a leak somwhere, or you have a bad schrader, which of course is a leak. the schraeder on your ac is similar to one on a car or bicycle tire. the little stem.
Look for a vacuum blockage or a vacuum leak.
Heater core leak, or stopped up condenser drain line.
If the AC in your car is not cooling, chances are your air conditioner is needing repair. You probably have a pin hole leak in the core of your car's heater. If your car has a cabin filter, be sure it is clean or replaced with a new filter.
It means that you have a refrigerant leak, and will eventually lose all of your refrigerant. Then your AC won't offer any sufficient cooling, and if you run your AC with an inadequate amount of refrigerant, you'll eventually destroy your AC system. So it means that, if you don't want this to happen, you need to get the leak located and fixed. The presence of air in the AC system indicates a likelihood of a leak (or the leak) being on the low pressure (vacuum) side.
A simple answer would be; it turns on the ac compressor.
The AC condenser would effect the performance of the AC system in the car.
AC runs on the battery. If the car is off and you run the AC, then start the car, it will stall.
Check to see if the ac unit is spinning while the car is on and the ac is turned on. If it is not, you may have to replace your computer under the fan fliter. If it is, go out and get some ac dye to see if there is a leak in your ac hose
Could be an A/C coolant leak.
There is a fuel leak in the engine compartment. Have a mechanic look at the engine.
all ac systems drip water if working correctly-----if water is getting on floor of car,the drain tube is plugged
normally if a car is leaking water it is because of the air conditioning in the car being cold so the car will sometimes leak if the ac is running long enough and cold enough.
Are you sure you have a leak? Most of the time when using the air conditioner, your car will appear to be leaking water or dripping underneath the vehicle, towards the front.