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Unread 06-14-2014   #1 (permalink)
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Default A/C problems on 2000 mustang

a few things about my A/C is a while back at times when my A/C would be on, I would sometimes hear a loud scratching noise that would only last a few seconds and i wouldn't hear it again for awhile.Also, I did notice that my compressor clutch would stay on and never disengage, as i was refilling my freon. Maybe this caused me to get bad reading on the pressure so I may have filled it to much. Sometime later I went to turn on my A/C and I heard that scratching noise again and my vents started smoking, I believe that it was freon coming through my vents but I'm not sure. Since then I have not touched my A/C at all because I don't want to make the problem worse.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
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If you are using the little cans from an auto parts store to fill your A/C, you can't overfill it. If you are using a 30lb container from Sams Club, then yes you can overfill - but you would be using guages and would know your pressure.
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