Why did 2007 Chevy aveo air condition compressor shut down for 10 to 15 seconds and stop cooling. Note 100 to 104 temp outside.

RobbyGoreman
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Asked by RobbyGoreman Jul 06, 2012 at 01:53 AM about the Chevrolet Aveo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just had air unit replaced three days ago. It's 100' to 102' outside my AC on 07 aveo is shutting down as I sit in idle.

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aztec626bf
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Its probably a pressure issue. You 'll have to get a gauge and check your pressures on the pump.

dandyoun
78,625

My truck does that due to a bad radiator fan motor. If the fan motor or relay goes bad it will cause the compressor to kick off at idle and/or low speeds. Check to see if yours is running at an idle.

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Alexandru Grosu
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I bet that was not you who replaced the air unit. why don't you go back to service and report malfunction? Because it realy sounds like one. Good luck!

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