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hodgre

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66 posts

84 months

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The recent spell of warm weather makes me question whether my air con is working (the light is on though!). Certainly doesn't match my wife's ford focus for cooling. Any similar experiences?

justin220

2,874 posts

90 months

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Have you turned the dial right round to the cold side? You should hear it 'click'

hodgre

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66 posts

84 months

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as far as it goes

BibsTLF

753 posts

93 months

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When you turn the car on, even from cold the radiator fans will be on if the a/c is ok. If there's not enough gas, the system won't turn on so you'll not hear any fans running. It's not uncommon on early cars for the a/c rad to become punctured before they swapped it to a different unit.

hodgre

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66 posts

84 months

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thanks-look like i have a problem
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Logbert

1,929 posts

30 months

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Took demo car out from jct Leeds on Monday. Air con was absolutly rubbish. Could be a problem with them?

Small Car

697 posts

85 months

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My condenser was replaced under warranty at Xmas when I had it serviced without quibble. Perhaps a known fault? I had not raised, the dealer found it. Impressive.

The Wookie

10,031 posts

114 months

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As said, the early cars do tend to suffer from leaking condensors. Mine's a 2011 car and although the A/C isn't the strongest of any car I've been in, it's still pretty good.

hodgre

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just had service-a/c not working (compressor problem caused by leak) and will be fixed under warranty
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