Re: [DML] Re: Bob's AC problems.
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Re: [DML] Re: Bob's AC problems.



You are correct that the car should be able to run without
problems - assuming that the AC is running within spec.
Jim's post was pointing out a potential for higher than 
normal temperatures because the AC might be running at 
too high of a pressure.  

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "stainlessilusion" <5n-@xxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> This is correct BUT it still shouldn't make the car run as hot as it 
> does. The radiator, fans, etc. set-up is efficient to pull through 
> enough air to cool the car and condenser at the same time-this is why 
> for many of us the car runs cooler with the AC on. The aluminum 
> condenser doesn't get blazing hot like the radiator -----Dani B. #5003 
> 
> > hot gas is going into the condensor which is in FRONT of your 
> > radiator. When your AC is on you have much hotter air travelling 
> > through your radiator and thus is has less cooling capacity. The 
> > higher the pressure, the higher the temperature of the condensor. 
> > Your probably running so high that the condensor is heating the air 
> to 
> > 220. And if the air going through the radiator is 220, thats the 
> > coldest your engine can get. 
>





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