WHY IS MY A/C BLOWING COLD ONLY AFTER THE ENGINE WARMS UP?
2008 Ford Mustang • 71,000 miles
From a cold start, my a/c will not blow really cold like it should until after driving around for a few minutes (approx 10-15) whether I am on city streets, stop-and-go traffic, or highway cruising. I have noticed that after starting my car the auxiliary fan by the condenser does not kick on immediately when I turn on my a/c. The fan will eventually turn on only after the engine warms up (that is the only correlation I can make, the engine temp I realize may not be related). I have not done anything to my a/c system. I bought the car used one year ago, no major issues yet.
May 30, 2012.
May 30, 2012.
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