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Ford Expedition AC problems

rgn26301rgn26301 Posts: 3
edited June 2014 in Ford

My front ac goes in and out....especially when im accelerating. My rear ac doesn't work at all. Im lost....and hot.lol

Comments

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490

    Well you're going to have to scan the system for some hints here. This type of condition can be caused by a myriad of things. One always suspects that a vacuum leak is present when AC cuts out under conditions of low engine vacuum (acceleration); but you could also have issues with the high pressure or cycling switches that protect the system.

  • rgn26301rgn26301 Posts: 3
    edited June 2014

    Hi Mr Shiftright. I mentioned it to a guy who knows about automobile repair. He said high pressure switch also. Where is it located? How will I know if that's the issue?

  • rgn26301rgn26301 Posts: 3

    And thank you for ur responses.

  • iceflyicefly Posts: 1
    I have a 2004 Ford Expedition EB with 230k miles. All in all a great truck. My front AC has blower has been acting up and has now stopped blowing . I do not think it is the blower but rather some sensor telling the blower to go on and off. This car has auto climate control. The blower does not function for the heat, defrost or in any manor. the fuse is still good
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