AC doesnot cool when speeding more than 80km/h or 2800 rpms


Why does my car AC not cool at high speeds?

The A/C thermal expansion valve (TXV) most likely is the cause of the A/C system freezing up at higher engine or vehicle speeds.

Why is my AC only cool when driving?

This is because it is not able to regulate the refrigerant needed to cool down the air. You may notice the car being most affected when stopped, as the engine is not working as hard, and there is no airflow from driving down the highway.

Why does my AC stop working when driving?

There are several things that can cause electrical problems for your car’s air conditioning. These can include failed switches, a blown fuse, a problem with the control module or something else. Fuses can short out and make the A/C stop working or a loose connection can create an electrical short that is easily fixed.

Why does my AC get hot when I stop driving?

Your AC system is low on refrigerant. Since the AC compressor is driven by the engine, it doesn’t pump as much refrigerant when you’re at a stop or driving slowly. If the system is low on refrigerant, it will show up as AC blows warm at idle and blows colder when the engine is running at higher RPMs.

Does AC work better when car is moving?

Your car air conditioning works much better when you’re actually driving because the faster the engine turns, the faster the AC compressor runs, which lets the system cool more effectively. Don’t waste time and gas by letting your car run before you go.

Why does my AC only work on high?

When the resistor fails, typically, the highest setting is the only option that still functions. This is because the air from the blower motor is bypassing the resistor, thus gaining the maximum amount of voltage, resulting in full power. In other cases, there could be an issue with your AC module or the fan switch.

Why does my AC only work at idle?

If the compressor clutch doesn’t engage, then the compressor itself won’t be able to pump refrigerant throughout the system. In this case, you’ll probably feel the AC not working at all whether you’re idling or driving. As mentioned, the condenser can wear down over time as well.