A/C in my work can is having issues as well. Just hit a 1,000 miles. It blows cold for initial start up of compressor and than humid warmer air whether on highway or in traffic. The van goes in for warranty service on Tuesday morning. I'll keep you posted and I pray they don't have to replace the entire A/C unit.
Also, It has the symptoms of a faulty compressor or low refrigerant. Hopefully there's not a leak... Compressor will cycle on/off constantly and the air will blow ice cold for say 6 seconds and then warmer/humid air for about the same time. It did not do this when I drove it the first week after purchasing. Crossing my fingers here...
That sounds like a faulty pressure or thermal switch, or possibly thermostat. I haven't worked on a/c systems for over a decade, they may have completely different control systems now. Hopefully your dealer has somebody good at troubleshooting and not just swapping parts.
The dealer has some of the best troubleshooters I've seen at any dealership in a long time. Why I bought the van from there... Anywho, they def found some ground short error code in the BCM and reset it and now my AC has been working flawlessly for about 34 miles. Now back to the same issues... They agree it's some sort of temp sensor of recirc/fresh air valve malfunction and submitted to ford for parts approval. We shall see how this goes. I have a feeling my dash will also be disassembled...
I only worry because I am now noticing that my upfitters bolted my racks where Ford labeled a "no drill zone" due to wiring... I really hope my upfitters heeded the Ford spec but why hold my breath? We shall see soon enough
I put some pop rivets in the area just aft of the slider. Purportedly a boron steel area. A cheap HF TiN step drill did fine. I could tell it was harder than the rest of the body, but still cut ok. I'm told the TiN bits work best on it.
OMG Just got my van, has only 122 miles, the light came on, drove saturday to dealer, the guy that sold it to me said it was dripping lots of water. So I turned of the air , the light went out. It will be back to the dealer on Monday!
Now I get from reading your post this truck has a problem with the AC.
I blanken live in AZ.
I own a 2016 Ford transit T150, within a span of 2 months I've already replaced two compressors, both front and rear evaporators and a line that was leaking. Got it back from the dealership last week and the ac stopped working yesterday morning. Going back to the dealership tomorrow to see what's wrong it this time
The AC on my ‘15 Tranny has quit blowing cold air a couple of times. I unplugged the huge wiring harness plug on top of the ECU, sprayed electrical contact cleaner on both ends of the plug, let dry, and reassembled the wiring harness plug. It’s been posted before that many gremlins of the electrical system arise from this oft water soaked connection.
Just returned from servicing air filter at Ford Dealer on 3.7L Transit Van, and was informed that the air filter was saturated with water. Seems that every time it rains or snows, water will be diverted directly to the air filter box. Ford is aware of the issue, and has not offered a...
My 250 diesel has been making a groaning, or howling noise at low speeds while turning since new. It's coming from the rear end.
Naturally, first the dealer said "We can't hear it" and then upon insisting, they said "we hear it, but we don't know what it is".
Anyway, to my knowledge there's...
How do I figure out if I have a limited slip rear diffy?
I can't find my window sticker, I tried looking up my VIN but no dice,
I know I can jack up the van and spin the tires but that is not an option for me as I only have rhino ramps for oil changes.
It was very, very simple, just like an oil change should be. I did drive it onto a small wooden ramp that I screwed together. It seems that as the years go by, they make the rigs closer to the ground. Anymore, I have such a hard time rolling under them.
So the ramps got the front tires up about...