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Old 30th September 2007, 21:49   #1
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Default Indica AC Issues

I have a 3 and a half year old Indica that has done 67k KM. lately I have been facing a peculiar problem with the AC on which I would like to ask your advice.

The Air flow of the AC gets severely restricted. This problem happens intermittently esp when travelling in bumper to bumper traffic. Even If the AC is switched off the, the volume of air delivered gets reduced by 60-70 %. The air that is coming in is cold though but the quantity is insuffucient to cool the car effectively.

A little fiddling with the switches and moving in clearer traffic at higher speeds improves the situation but it keeps occuring intermittently.

The A C was serviced about 3 months ago and the Gas was recharged.

Could it be a clogged filter restricting the airflow or is it something more serious.
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Old 3rd October 2007, 17:13   #2
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Hi Rajneesh,

Seems that coolant is ok as you are getting cool air. To me it seems to be an issue with the blower.

Can you check if by changing fan speed, the air delivery is affected?

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