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What Is the Difference Between a Water-Cooled Engine and an Air-Cooled Engine?
Your engine has to keep its cool to continue working correctly and to avoid damage. If you own a modern car, chances are pretty good that it uses a water-cooled system. Some classics...

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What Is the Difference Between a Water-Cooled Engine and an Air-Cooled Engine?
There are a few main differences between a water-cooled and air-cooled engine. Air-cooled engines utilize an engine cylinder design that incorporates cooling fins all the way around the cylinder and on top of the piston cylinder head. These fins draw...
The AC only cools the passenger side
Considering that many a/c system components were recently replaced and that the refrigerant level is correct, you may have an issue with your blend door actuator. This actuator will block off the air flow to either the evaporator or...
Add freon to a/c unit, how much$$.
The best thing to do in your situation would be to have an a/c performance test done. This test will use a refrigerant recycling machine to test the high and low pressure sides of your a/c system to lead...
A/c works but has no ambient air temp sensor
Hello there. It sounds like something weird happened when you connected the new sensor and rewired it. From what you have described, there may a a short somewhere in the system that is causing the AC system to act...
Air won't blow
This is a very common problem for your type of vehicle. Most likely what has happened is that the blower motor is going bad. As a result of that, it is drawing too much current. What is likely to be...

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