Re: [DML] Question about Air Conditioning cycling
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Re: [DML] Question about Air Conditioning cycling



The usual cause for cool fan cycling with a full charge is the 35A 
circuit breaker that protects the fan circuit.  It will change value and 
break during normal operation.  This often indicates the need for a 
relay update with our kit, (part number K111168), or at least an upgrade 
of the circuit breaker to a 40A unit, (part number 106086).
Warren at DMC


sweetp01569 wrote:
> While my car was in getting lowering springs and shocks done, I asked 
> the mechanic to check out the AC.  He said it seemed to work fine. it 
> blows cold air and is not leaking anywhere.  However, the constant 
> cycling of the cooling fans worries me.  The fans will stay on for only 
> two seconds, and off for about 5 seconds, on and off on and off.  
> Wouldn't this cause excessive wear on the fans to energize them every 5 
> seconds, and they only stay on for 2 seconds?  It doesn't seem right.  
> The cycle tiem seemed to be longer last year when I had it charged in 
> August.  I have the R134 conversion.
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