Why does my Subaru Impreza air conditioner ice over?
2002 to 2003 Subaru Impreza, ( all models and trim levels) has an issue where the Evap core can ice over as a result of a design issue to the system, Subaru has issued a service bulletin about it. The fix is a new thermosensor (which is located in the Evap core).
Why does my AC compressor clutch not engage?
Why AC clutch won’t engage If the clutch doesn’t engage, the problem could be a blown fuse, an open in the wire to the clutch coil, a bad clutch coil, a poor ground, or a low pressure lockout. AC compressor clutches receive power in a number of ways.
Why is my air conditioner compressor going bad?
So you may notice that the degree inside the car increases and the airflow from the AC is hot. There are 3 possible reasons behind, first is the low level of the refrigerant, second is the leak of the refrigerant and the third is the compressor is going bad and needs to be replaced.
Why does my Subaru air conditioner shut down?
So, the radiator kept the engine safe, but when the fans were kicking on, they were blowing A LOT of hot air at the evap unit. That would trip the AC temp sensor and shut down the AC. Yes that will happen if the radiator is clogged enough to limit air flow, thus not allowing the proper temp drop needed to take the heat out of the AC system.
What makes up the air conditioning system in a Subaru?
Typical Subaru Air conditioning Problems explained. The Air conditioning (AC) system in your Subaru is made up of the following. A compressor, Condenser, Evaporative (Evap) core, Expansion valve, receiver dryer, hoses and lines, thermo sensor and the controls.
Where is the leak test in a Subaru Impreza?
To find the leak test equipment is needed. 2002 to 2003 Subaru Impreza, ( all models and trim levels) has an issue where the Evap core can ice over as a result of a design issue to the system, Subaru has issued a service bulletin about it. The fix is a new thermosensor (which is located in the Evap core).