[DML] Re: air conditioning.
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[DML] Re: air conditioning.



Assuming there's really nothing wrong with your system, you might want 
to make sure both of your radiator fans are working properly.  Up 
until a couple of weeks ago, I would have said exactly what you're 
saying. My air worked, but it was marginal. It turns out I had been 
running on one stock fan since taking delivery of the car from the PO 
over a year ago!  

New dual fans now and I'm really cool!  The A/C seems consistent with 
that of my newer cars, even here in Vegas.  (It's been 110 already.) 
If you have stock fans, you might want to replace them with newer high-
flow fans.  I suppose it would be possible to put in a stronger and 
quieter blower motor too... but my stock motor seems fine.

On other fronts, you might make sure no one has closed any vents with 
the little thumb wheel. I couldn't figure out why only one of my 
center vents moved air. :) 

If you think you're losing too much cool air to leaky door vents or 
just prefer really strong flow out of your center vents, an easy way 
to experiment would be to stick a couple of rags in the door vent 
hoses to plug them up.  

Marv
#10820
AZ-D

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "funkstuf" <funkstuf@...> wrote:
>
> Ok, this is it.
> I'm spending a weekend with my Deloreans having fun and even driving 
> them.  I've had my air conditioner swapped to R-134.. 
> I even have a charging kit.  It seems to be working ok in that it 
> cools and the guages say it's fully charged.  Here's my problem.  I 
> don't like this damn thing.. I'm too used to newer air conditioners 
> with fans that blow hard, cold, and let me cool down fast.  
> I think we need a whole new fan/air conditioner unit.  
> Anybody know of one or a method to get this thing to cool down fast 
in 
> a hot climate.
> Thanks
> Dale Funk
> 4984
> 941
>










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