I have a 1984 Ford LTD, 59,000 original miles, 3.2l V6 with fuel injection and automatic transmission with an odd problem I recharged the A/C last summer in 'o6 and its worked just fine. It has always blown quite cold, but lately, it emits a visible fog from the vents even when the fan is on high. It doesn't seem to matter what the weather is. It doesn't really have an odor, at least not a strong, identifiable one. The fog comes out heavier on the passenger side vents.
Also, when I use the defroster, the same thing happens, but to a noticeably lesser degree. I can hear/feel the compressor engage on the defroster setting, so the problems are, probably, related. If I change the defroster temperature to warm, it only fogs the windsheild more, so I know this is going to be a problem thiis winter. Any help you could give me tp steer me in the right direction would be really appreciated.
Best regards, Bill
have the same problem?
Friday, October 5th, 2007 AT 6:40 PM