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Old 06-11-2012, 01:06 PM   #1
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Hot air condition

I got my '10 SS from California and used it there for about 2 years. Then I shipped it to Kuwait after I moved back. I have Corsa cat-back exhaust system, kooks headers and airaid intake. The weather here is VERY HOT !! When I turn the car on the a/c works fine for about a minute till 5. Then when the engine heats up the air turns very hot. Im running on Ted Jannetty's tune. I currently dont know what the problem is. I have asked around and some people have told me a thermostat might get this problem fixed. If you have any information about this PLEASE help me im melting here. Thanks

I am also running on 95 gas while my tune is 91, not sure how this can cause the problem but it might.
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Old 06-11-2012, 01:11 PM   #2
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I got my '10 SS from California and used it there for about 2 years. Then I shipped it to Kuwait after I moved back. I have Corsa cat-back exhaust system, kooks headers and airaid intake. The weather here is VERY HOT !! When I turn the car on the a/c works fine for about a minute till 5. Then when the engine heats up the air turns very hot. Im running on Ted Jannety's tune. I currently dont know what the problem is. I have asked around and some people have told me a thermostat might get this problem fixed. If you have any information about this PLEASE help me im melting here. Thanks
A thermostate controls when and when to cool down the coolant and when.not too..im pretty sure its not ur thermostate and that u may have a leak in ur a/c lines or u just need a recharge... Bring it to a dealer..thy will easily fix it
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:13 AM   #3
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I work at a Chevy dealer. We just replaced a leaking condensor. Have it checked for leaks.
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