Having problems with your 2002 Ford Thunderbird ?

My air conditioning all of a sudden blows hot air especially on driver's side and when I turn off engine and restart (i.e., after I have been in grocery store) it will blow cold again for awhile before blowing hot again....what could be the problem? I know it is not a freon leak as that has been tested with the dye and the dealer replaced the a/c electronic control module and it blew hot air after only about 30 minutes. Any suggestions?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

That sounds like there is a problem in the air direction chamber (for lack of a better word i cannot remember the true name). At first thought I would assume that the control switches were faulty but if that has been replaced maybe it is the valves and doors that direct the air from the hot and cold components of the AC system. Another thing that it might be is faulty relays or motors. I am going to double check my books to see if your car has manual or electric motors that control the system.
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