[V8] Too hot for A/C to operate?

Dave Head v8q at bellsouth.net
Thu Jul 21 12:15:38 EDT 2005

There's an overheat for the engine temp to disable the compressor (its 
way up there), and over/underpressure switches for the AC system that 
will disable the compressor.

Speakoutprod at aol.com wrote:

>Hell has made a stop in Colorado.  Records are being broken.  And I've 
>discovered that my A/C won't cool when it get this hot.  
>Is there some sort of sensor that disables the compressor if it gets too hot? 
> The fan works OK, but just blows hot air.  Methinks that even at 101 or 102 
>degrees outside temp, the damn thing should work.  
>When it drops down to the mid to low 90's, it works as usual.  This has never 
>happened before.  Any thoughts?
>(BTW, there's an upside:  when this happens, you can use the V8 as a 
>convection oven to heat your lunch.)

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