bravosx wrote:If you bypass the switch that would mean your compressor will continuosly work non-stop - correct me if I am wrong. This would definitely cook your compressor. Not only that, you'd also freeze the whole system when doing long distance travel. This is the problem I am facing with my Bravo. And noone seems to know how to fix it as original components are not in place to fix it back to original set up.
ognam wrote:move back to glasgow
Kelv27 wrote:Probably right.. Think there's a tendency for it to cut out more when it's low on gas. Problem is, they can never find the source of the leak.
RASS wrote:im no aircond expert but, If theres no leak then you might want to set both fan to run on high speed. Thats what my car previous owner did. So far ok, I'm getting cold air even on standstill hot day traffic.
raitag wrote:kelv, the relay is original from FIAT... probably a quick solution to our hot weather...
for me, the coupe's aircond is just not capable to cool me in traffic jams during hot sunny day... it's blowing cool air alright but not cool enuf... checked the gas, seems ok... asked emech and he said the compressor is small... too small for our hot climate... but i believe the main issue is the condensor is too small... and the fan is not pulling enuf air to cool the gases in the condensor during stand still... i dunno if can find bigger condensor or a higher efficiency one... but if yes, i'm willing to try... and probably put a f*cking big fan that can suck higher air volume through the condensor+radiator+intercooler....
Kelv27 wrote:.....Problem is, they can never find the source of the leak.
gtfan wrote:Got group buy for compressor ah.....
I can't tahan my compressor noise above 4000rpm.
I have no aircon issue. Cold during idling or afternoon. Only shite part is some wooooo noise from the compressor when my rev is above 4k. A bitch when i wanna cruise above that rpm.
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