1985 Corolla (AE86)...air blows very, very warm.
I've been working on my air conditioning system for the past few weeks, finally got it up and running. However...it isn't cooling all that well (On an 80 degree day with 92% humidity, the vent temperature was about 23 degrees cooler and 10% less humidity). My car is a 1985 Corolla SR5.
However, I just noticed that the air that blows out of the vent when the A/C is off is pretty warm, probably at least 10 degrees warmer than the outside temperature. The air is warm entering the blower, even before it reaches the cooling unit or heater core.
This was confirmed because the a/c blows much colder when the car is first started, when the engine is still cold.
Is there some place this much heat could be picked up before it even enters the heater core?
Last edited by ZanCRX : 08-10-2004 at 02:44 AM.