2003 Chevy Trailblazer with approx. 120,000 miles. Paid off literally three weeks ago, exactly five years old. No major repairs to date with the exception of yesterday (replaced dead alternator), so can't complain too bad. Following alternator replacement (should be unrelated to this, but who knows), engine stalls when idling if A/C is turned on. A/C runs fine when idled at > 1000 RPM or while driving, but as soon as you stop. It stalls. One word of note: while replacing alternator, I had to push a bit on one of the A/C hoses that connects the A/C compressor to the radiator. I wonder if I could have bent the metal part of the hose just enough to restrict refrigerant flow, but very doubtful! Other than that, this does not make sense. I disconnected battery during alternator change, and I don't suspect any computer brain issues, but again -- who knows! HELP ! Thanks :)
have the same problem?
Thursday, September 20th, 2007 AT 5:31 PM