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Re: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. by Rob
Post New Message I have just got a '84 winnebago with
a wierd problem like that.the a/c seems
to work fine (may need a little bump
of r-12) but when in drive the high
fan speed stoppes at about 2500rpm
then comes back on when it gets below this (engine rpm).this is true for all
selections(a/c,max a/c,heat,vent,etc.)
it does not do this in park,only drive.You
can be driving along @ 55mph with a/c
on high with only the lowest fan speed
on (the one that is designed to run when
the fan is turned off but a air selection is on) release your foot off
the gas and the high speed will kick in.
any clues??
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Post New MessageRebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Robert 7-31-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 7-31-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Sam Watson 8-1-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 8-1-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Mallie 11-22-02  
    Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Robert 7-31-02  
      Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 7-31-02  
        Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Parker 8-3-02  
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            Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Rob 9-9-02  
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