1999 4x4 3.0 auto vacuum issues, A/C air flow cuts off during acceleration.


LeeS

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Need some info on where to continue my repairs. Checked the lines they seem good, the actuator behind the glove box is working. Looking at replacing the vacuum solenoid next.
 


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Out under the hood somewhere is a plastic ball (may be more oblong than spherical). That is your vacuum reservoir, supposed to keep that from happening. Check to make sure it is hooked up and not damaged.
 

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your ac cuts off because the compressor has a safety switch when there isnt enough refridgerent/oil it detects and shuts off.
 


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