AIR CONDITIONER

Asked by Jun 22, 2013 at 05:06 PM about the Mercury Grand Marquis

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I TURNED ON THE AIR CONDITIONER IN MY CAR AND THEN TURNED IT OFF SOUNDS LIKE THE CAR WAS PULLING EVEN AFTER TURNING IT OFF  IS IT POSSIBLE THAT IT COULD BE THE BEARING IN IT IF SO WHAT DO I DO AND CAN I drive the car as such what damage will happen if so...THANK YOU

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Since your car uses a "Serpentine Belt" (one belt that drives everything) I would not recommend trying to drive it at all. If the belt comes off or gets damaged by the messed up bearing, you will lose Power Steering (difficult to turn the wheel), the Alternator (the battery will run down), and most importantly, the Water Pump will not work and cause the engine to overheat. There is no cheap short-cut. You need to fix it fast if you want to drive it.

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