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Old 01-30-2012, 05:56 AM
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A/C blowing hot air

Well towed a heavy load on Friday, OD off and 60 miles per hour and my A/C quit blowing cool air. When I slowed down going through small towns it would blow cool again. But as soon as I would give it the fuel and hit 60 or 65 mph and hold it the A/C would blow warm air again. Anybody got any idea what is going on with this? Thanks
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Just spoke with service Tech at Ford they said sounds like fan clutch no good
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