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Old 09-24-2009, 09:44 PM
blueovelboy blueovelboy is offline
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my guess is you live some where with high humidity this would be the reason for more than normal condensate like in Georgia the trucks we drive leave a puddle bigger than my ranger but here in California you don't see to much of a puddle but thats just a geuss
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by jim22 View Post
Most cars (not sure about the rangers, but probably) have a de-ice temperature switch in the evaporator core which shuts off the compressor if the evaporator drops below freezing.
The Ranger uses a low pressure Cycling Switch to infer the freezing point. Working correctly, it prevents the compressor from operating when the evap core temperatures drop below the mid-30s F. It's the same basic idea as the core temp switch but it goes at it a different way.
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