It can damage the compressor.
could be your a\c clutch in the compressor.?. or maybe pressure leaks.
The compressor is probably froze up.
I would start with the basics and look for a blown fuse - there should be a fuse for the air conditioning switches , A/C compressor clutch
Indicates low refrigerant charge - compressor not starting
If the unit is used to cool a hot room (above 75 degrees) and the thermostat is set at or below 60 degrees, this would cause the condenser coils to freeze and damage the compressor. That is why it is recommended to cool a hot room gradually rather than expect instant gratification out of your air conditioning unit. Typically when an Air Conditioning unit has been frozen, it requires a service call to repair the compressor due to the damage of the refrigerant not flowing and the compressor overheating.
They sell bypass pulleys but you may need to remove compressor to install (this I'm not sure about but looks like you have to.) I s there an easier fix?
If just a fuse, a couple of dollars. If compressor of evaporator, thousandIf just a fuse, a couple of dollars. If compressor of evaporator, thousand
The compressor cycling on-off is usually an indication of low refrigerant level, which in turn means that there is a leak in the system somewhere.
The refrigerant level is probably low. When the compressor turns on it pulls refrigerant from the low side and as soon as the low side pressure drops below a certain point, the sensor disengages the AC clutch. If you haven't already converted your AC to 134A, now would be a good time. All vehicle AC compressors leak a little refrigerant, simply because of the design of the system. The system may not have any serious problems even though it has lost a little pressure.
The A/C compressor is clutch driven, when electricity is applied to a coil, it engages the clutch. Most likely the coil shorted out in the A/C clutch on the front of the compressor.
it is probably the ac compressor locked up
it might be the air condition gas or most probably the air condition compressor
This is just a guess so take it with a grain of salt. I would buy a belt for the s10 without air conditioning and just bypass the air conditioning pump.
If the heat is on that would explain it. But if you are running the air conditioning, the compressor is on and fully charged with r134 it is probably the air mix door inside the heater stuck in heat mode.
Most likely, your air conditioning compressor is cooked or its pulley clutch has seized. Hopefully it was the pulley, because the compressor is not cheap.
Are you referring to automotive air conditioning systems? It could be a faulty compressor. It could also be a malfunction of the air door, which mixes air from the heater and air conditioning to provide finer temperature control.
Since there was no 1927 Corvette the answer would be NO.
it depends on what style of 81 corvette, But a doubt it would work.
Liwuid refrigerant would make ist's way back to the compressor and may cause damage to the valves and alos will dilute the oil which causes bearing failure.
It really depends on what corvette, if you ask about a corvette zr1 vs a viper, i think the corvette zr1 beats it by a mile,but if you ask about the corvette zo6 than i guess the viper would tie the corvette or beat it by a second.
The heater core is blocked. The heater core works of circulation of the radiator fluid, while the A/C works off ciruclation of the freon.
I'm assuming you mean the air conditioner compressor. Even if you have front and rear air conditioning in your van, you still have only one compressor. If you can tell us the size engine you have it would narrow the answer down a lot.