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Hi djtr,

As per my Technical Specialist (and jsimmons) there are quite a few things that will make the compressor cut off because it assumes you need the power elsewhere. Some are normal characteristics to make sure it does not burn out and some that could be concerns. Youíre more than welcome to get a second opinion at a different Ford Dealer.

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Oh I'm not disputing this fact, its more of the instant blast of very hot air that I'm questioning. Normally the AC system stays cool long enough to handle any sort of temporary shut off of the compressor thus keeping the temperature relatively cool during this condition.

If I don't get my callback tomorrow I'll send you a message and fill you in on all the issues with my car and you will probably understand my skepticizm then

Also had 10 Fords.... 4 mustangs, actualy let me reword that, around 22 cars total, none have done what this car does hahaha


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Oh I'm not disputing this fact, its more of the instant blast of very hot air that I'm questioning. Normally the AC system stays cool long enough to handle any sort of temporary shut off of the compressor thus keeping the temperature relatively cool during this condition.

If I don't get my callback tomorrow I'll send you a message and fill you in on all the issues with my car and you will probably understand my skepticizm then

Also had 10 Fords.... 4 mustangs, actualy let me reword that, around 22 cars total, none have done what this car does hahaha
Thank you for the info, djtr. Please be sure to PM FordServiceCA with your info for further assistance.

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Yes, that's a fact. The clutch disengages at WOT, thus producing less drag on the engine. My Crown Vic did that too.
^What he said right there^
So did both the PI Crown Vics that I had the opportunity to drive over the years, as well as my 01 Grand Marquis, both my F150's (04 and 97), 92 Mustang LX (4 cyl), 91 Tempo, and I believe that 78 Granada I learned to drive in did too...

I haven't ever noticed that happening in my current Mustang, but then again I never get to spend a long enough time period at WOT for that to happen I guess, lest I be in excess of 100 by the time it trips


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