Why does my AC turn on automatically?
There are many reasons an air conditioning unit may automatically switch itself on and off. The most common causes of this problem tend to be the build up of dirt on the compressor or condenser, faults with the thermostat or timer, or issues with the circuit board.
Do VW bugs have air conditioning?
Many people spoke of having “factory air” in their Beetles. The fact of the matter, as confirmed by this 1967 brochure from Volkswagen of America, is that air conditioning systems were optional and were dealer-installed.
Did VW bus have AC?
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What kind of air conditioning does a VW Beetle have?
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Is there an air conditioner for a Mexican Beetle?
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Why does my VW Passat have no air conditioner?
No A/C clutch means no air conditioning. This is apparently a very common problem. On various Volkswagen forums people have mentioned that this happened to them, too. I bet at most dealerships this fuse is the very first thing they check when a car with air conditioner problems comes into the shop.
Where is the blower fan on a VW Beetle?
Start the engine and turn on the air conditioning, adjusting from low to high. Listen for the accompanying sound to increase when turned on high. This is the blower fan. Replace the blower if it does not sound right. In a VW Beetle, the blower fan is located under the glove box.