Engine hot a/c off

Asked by Aug 30, 2018 at 04:32 AM about the 2007 Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On the dash my car said “ engine hot, a/c off”. It
automatically shuts the ac off and my temp gauge won’t
move from C. I pulled over, all my fluids were fine and the
engine actually seemed cold not over heated. I was
reading it’s usually a sensor or bad thermostat, but I’m not
sure, if that’s what it is how much does that cost to fix?

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What's the answer? Mines doing exact same thing.

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Mine is doing the same

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WELL, It Can Be 1 Of 2 Things Or Both, A "Stuck Open" T-Stat Or A Bad "Temp Sensor" That Controls The Cooling Fans, & A/C Operation, I'm Not Driving It Unless I Have To until I Can Afford To Get it Fixed, its Hard On The Battery In COLD Weather Where I Live, I'm Disabled, So It Will Be Awhile Till I Can Afford It, I Am A Retired Toyota Master Tech, BUT There Is A HUGE Difference Between GM & Toyota, Toyota's Are SO much Easier To Work On, My SUGGESTION is Find A Mechanic You Can Trust, Stay Away From "Auto - Zone" And Their Ob2 Whatever.... Not Gonna Help, Dealer Is Gonna Be DOUBLE The Cost, I Know I worked For Dealers!!!! Ask Around Where You Live, Or "Google" "Car Repair" In Your Town, If You Aren't Able To Do it yourself, I Have To Have It Done Because Of The Disability & It's Only 4 Degrees & Not Supposed To Get Above 10 All Week, Good Luck & I Hope You Get Yours Fixed Soon, Cause Mine Will Be Awhile........

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