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Old 20th May 2016, 17:26   #616
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I did one round of cleaning of the plugs. There is a slight improvement in response. FE yet to be checked. Been 17+ years since I touched a plug, and may have not done a good job. Will open it up again.
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I think at high temperature, the AC would be continuously working and there is never a question of ac compressor cutoff (22 c temp). I have very limited knowledge on this.
When a car has only a/c, it will just run at set levels and net cooling will depend on ambient temperature. Load / FE loss due to A/c will be steady.

It is only when the car has climate control, that the load due to a/c will vary.
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