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I have a fuse under my hood that keeps blowing. I've been told I probably have a short somewhere. It's the fuse that controls my air conditioner fan and my engine cooling fans. I just don't want to get taken advantage of, because I'm a woman. Is there a way I can check this myself?
I have a duo temp on the air conditioner. One side blows cold and the other blows hot. The fan resister was just replaced.
The air conditioner in my 2001 Mercedes-Benz ML-Class works fine but the heater and defrost only blowing cold air. I have taken it to a couple shops and no one seems to know what the problem is . I cant afford to take is to a Merecedes-Benz dealership right now. Any ideas?
Clear watery leak under car for several hours now. Located between front tires. No odor. Does not feel oily. Did run air conditioner this morning. Would condensation dripping last 9-10 hours? If not, what could this be? Thanks
My 2002 Toyota Celica gt. (Automatic) recently started flashing the battery sensor. Over the weekend I drove the car on the highway fine then all of a sudden the car completely shuts off and had to be towed. I purchased a new battery the issue continues. I bought a refurbished alternator and it reads bad on the car but functioning on the advance auto ...

My air conditioner doesn't work

I have a 2012 Chevy Impala the air conditioner comes on and then goes off sometimes could you know what that could be and right now it's not working at all


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