Well the AC went out, I took it in, and they said the fan motot assembly had to be changed out. The AC still blows out air, just not cold. And yes it is heating up a little above normal. What I don't understand is how is fixing those fans going to help the air in AC going to get cooler.[/Quote]
After the freon is compressed it is very warm. So they run this heated freon thru the condensor to cool it down some. After it goes thru the expansion valve and gets really cold, it goes thru the evaporator to cool the air flowing thru to your vents.
Now, if when the heated freon goes thru your condensor, and it is not getting cooled enough, then when it goes thru the expansion valve, it doesnt get as cold. This keeps your air in your vents from getting really cold.
Monday, August 28th, 2006 AT 7:23 PM