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Havenít posted here in awhile but I need your help again with my AC.
I have a 97 with Climate control and out of the blue it has started shutting down, and on its own, comes back on in 2 to 10 minutes. It doesnít seem to matter if I am driving or itís sitting in the driveway idling.
Is there a circuit breaker somewhere that may be going bad?
Itís 90+ degrees here in PA and I need that darn AC to work.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your reply.
My entire climate control system shuts down and the screen goes blank as if there is no power going to it.
It is not JUST an AC problem, even the defrost will not come on.
BTW, what is an OAT gauge?
I think he is talking about the Outside Air Temp. sensor. If it is outside the temp. range, it will cause the compressor to shut off, but don't think it would power down the AC control head.
You may just need to have the control head checked. There are places on Ebay that will sell you a reconditioned control head, including making sure all the lights work...
By the way, it is a common problem for the display resistors to come loose from the circuit board and cause the display to go dim, or off... That could be the problem if just the display is dim, and the controls still work...