Air conditioner


Asked by Jun 16, 2016 at 01:11 PM about the 2010 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Air is fully charged. But is still blowing hot air.  I did
let some air out and charged it back up. But still not
cold  or cool air ???

8 Answers


Is the compressor running and cycling?

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Yes it was pulling the freeon out


You could have a blend door stuck in the wrong position for A/C. Did you try pinching off the heater hoses to see if it then blows cooler air?

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Are one of the refrigerant lines getting cold to the touch when the a/c is turned on engine running. If so it is likely cooling and there may be an issue with the blend door or temperature control on the interior of the vehicle.


How do I fix the blend door. It was cooling a Little. But when I let some air out and put more freeon in it. It stopped get cool

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The dash will have to be pulled to gain access to the blend doors and servos. On these systems they need to have the exact pressures to make them operate properly, what are the high and low pressure readings? Text book is 32 low side and 150 high side.

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Have u checked for leeks in the system?

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