Originally Posted by 98rangerxlt
Damn, i wish the A/C in my ranger got that cold, especially after a day like today. Looks like you condenser is freezing up, prolly too much charge.
Allright, so i calmed down and got my explanation. Turns out you had it right (partly)!
Went to the dealership, they tested and measured against another ranger a year or two older, that was already in. They said my a/c throws colder air, and will form condensation if i leave the windows down on a warm day.
So far, the engine is louder, and the a/c is colder. Wonder what' i'll find next. Maybe i should dyno it, lol.