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bloda01
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bloda01 Feb 12, 4:48pm - #398226 

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OK to turn on the A/C at high rev's?

Is it better for the longevity of the A/C compressor to turn on the A/C at idle speed or on the highway?

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racuda
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racuda Feb 12, 6:35pm - #398227 
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I don't think it matters. It IS good for it to run for a few minutes once a week in the winter. Keeps the seals lubricated.
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redbullktm
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redbullktm Feb 13, 1:45am - #398228 
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racuda is right

wet cars and fast dreams
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Feb 13, 2:20am - #398229 

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good advice cuda

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LiquidG Feb 13, 5:27am - #398230 

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I've only used my AC like ten times since I bought my car. I can't handle my car being any slower then it already is.
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