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Old 08-20-2005, 19:01   #1 (permalink)
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95 Jag XJ6 - AC blowing hot air ... Help!

Riding in the atlanta heat today. Heard a beep and noticed that my AC
started blowing hot air and could not adjust fan, auto, or other ac related
dials & switched. Checked my fuse found a 5 amp blown. Replaced checked
system with NO change in temp control.

Any ideas or sugestions?



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Old 08-24-2005, 00:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 95 Jag XJ6 - AC blowing hot air ... Help!

"" wrote:
> Riding in the atlanta heat today. Heard a beep and noticed
> that my AC
> started blowing hot air and could not adjust fan, auto, or
> other ac related
> dials & switched. Checked my fuse found a 5 amp blown.
> Replaced checked
> system with NO change in temp control.
>
> Any ideas or sugestions?


Iíve heard the relayís can over heat easily. Check this and if you
can get to the sensors check those next.

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Old 09-13-2005, 19:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 95 Jag XJ6 - AC blowing hot air ... Help!

Could not take it any more... started looking at fuses, found one blown fuse
replaced -- no change.
This situation really started to look like an electical short. Found the
fuse layout panel, on right front quater, checked all fuses related to AC.
Still no change.

Pulled out the shot gun approach ... pulled all fused and reseated them, on
next crank .... guess what? The AC worked and has been working since.

Thx for commenting

Philo Max
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> > Riding in the atlanta heat today. Heard a beep and noticed
> > that my AC
> > started blowing hot air and could not adjust fan, auto, or
> > other ac related
> > dials & switched. Checked my fuse found a 5 amp blown.
> > Replaced checked
> > system with NO change in temp control.
> >
> > Any ideas or sugestions?

>
> I've heard the relay's can over heat easily. Check this and if you
> can get to the sensors check those next.
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