Hi there, I do not have any information on this car, but what I would be doing is going to an A/C service center and having the system pressures checked this is normally the first thing that is checked when chasing an A/C problem, start here.
December, 16, 2009 AT 5:40 PM
I had the hi/lo checked 3 x by 2 shops both say the same thing. This is typical.
My concern is that if the pump/clutch (cycles) too frequently ie; every 5-10 seconds that this will
wear them out faster.
It's like there is little to no variable (degree wise) for
the pump. So if it's suppose to be 25c and it hits 25.5c
then the pump kicks in.
December, 16, 2009 AT 6:22 PM
I would be thinking that the TX (thermal expansion valve) may be faulty, this regulated the release of the refrigerant into the evaporator, if it is sensing a higher them it may be causing this problem, ask your A/C shop to check this out.
See the link for the operation of the A/C system