I've taken to the shop several times only to hear they cannot find a problem. I've had them test the vaccum system and no leaks were detected. This happens on all settings, A/C, vent and defroster. The only thing that temporarily solves the problem is to turn the entire system off for a period of time, usually 15 minutes or so before it will work again. I am not sure it this is normal, but the A/C lines inside the engine compartment will be covered in ice when I am experiencing this problem. I read somewhere on the internet that another Ford had a similar problem and I believe the solution in that case was either the high pressure or low pressure sensor needed replacement. Its driving me nuts because its starting to get hot and I want to fix my A/C know what to change or direct the shop to change.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009 AT 11:10 PM