Ac not working

Asked by Aug 15, 2012 at 09:47 PM about the 2002 Ford Excursion Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Blows hot air.

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There are many reasons why an auto AC blows hot air. Bad Hoses, Loose Hose Connection, Bad Condenser, Bad Compresser, etc. Does your compressor make a clicking noise when you turn the air on with the engine running? If No seek help. If yes, With the engine OFF, look around the AC hoses for an oily residue. If you see this residue, you probably have a bad AC hose. Get Professional help. If the hoses are clean, get professional help. In other words get help. Help may be costly.

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Cools early morning and night, but not during heat of the day.

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