The only noise that I hear is the compressor kicking on. When the compressor does kick on it bogs down the engine, and it kick on between 30 to 40 seconds at a time.
Today when I left from work (which is about 22 miles), I let the engine idle for about fifteen minutes too cool it off in the cab because I live in texas and it was hot. At any rate nothin happened. It idled at 600 rpms and did great, but as soon as I got in my town when (and only when) I stoped at the first light it started to purge up and down, and when I got to the house it almost stalled.
Some say yes to the idle air control sensor and yet some are saying it might be some kind of heat sensor that controls my choke. Also when and everytime I start the truck it takes a good ten minutes to idle itself down to 600. I restart it as soon as I shut it off and it takes the same amount of time. As far as without the ac it still goes down to about 400 then back up to six. Its wierd my friend has a 2006 ram hemi and his stays at 600 no matter what and it doesnt go down when he stops. Im sorry that this was so song, just frustrated. Thanks again for your help and reply.
Monday, August 9th, 2010 AT 6:55 PM