AC problem

Asked by Sep 12, 2013 at 06:58 PM about the 2002 Mazda Protege DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My mazda 2002 protege is blowing
white cold smoke from the middle
vent, it's like the smoke that comes
out of dry ice why?

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Condensation or you have a leak. Is the AC still cold?

Yes it's still cold but it just started doing it.

Also I just notice that when the ac is on it takes a long time for that to happen like one or two hours but if before it starts like maybe half hour running if I turn off the ac button wich turns off the compressor only then it does it right after with the fan still on but for only 30 seconds. Then only fan air comes out.

112,235

When my ac is on and I have a window cracked open mine does the same. Nothing to worry about just condensation. IMO anyways

If its condensation then why aren't my other cars doing too.

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