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Old 06 Jul 2004, 12:11 pm
Roger Chuang
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Default compressor never stop after turning on the inigtion and keep AC off

I have an Acura 1997 3.2TL. The problem is that the compressor
continues
running whenever the engine is on. I am suspecting that the
air-conditioning switch (climate control unit) does not seem to work.
The result is that the air-inlet (tubes) freezes over on long
journeys( I tried feeling the surface under the glove compartment and
it was freezing cold) i.e. when the car has been running in excess of
one-hour. This results in no air getting into the cabin.
When I tuned on the cold engine in the morning with the AC off, and in
fresh air mode, I sensed that the cold air (colder than the air
outside) was being pushed into the car through air flow in fresh air
mode). I opened the hood and check the fans (one radiator, one
condenser) are all running. I technician told me confirmed that the
compressor was running all the time. Someone also mentioned that it
could be the sensor, fan timer, or the whole climate control unit that
is malfunction. Any advice will be appreciated
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