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Im in Texas and it is really hot, every day...it never ends. The A/C in my TC takes a long time to get cool. The A/C in my old 96 Probe worked faster and better. Does anyone else have this problem? If so, and you have solved it, what have you done?
Glad to say that I don't have that problem... my A/C starts blowing cold air within about 40 seconds. Unfortunately, it never seems to get the car cool enough, even on full blast, when it's 110 outside.
"Different" does NOT necessarily equal "cool."
Mine never seems to get that cold either. It gets cool, but as you said, at 100 plus, I need to be colder. Maybe need to have A/C unit checked, or just get one of those add ins that make the A/C cooler.
My tC is the same way. I took it to the dealer they checked it out and Said it was perfect. Apparantly the 06 Model ones have the same problem too. I test drove an 06 and the salesman kept telling me to turn the A/C on..i was like IT IS ON! he said O...so i dont know. Mine is tempormental, some days it takes forever to get cold..some days like yesterday it cooled really fast and froze me..so I DUNNO! I still love my tC though
Is there a list with all the TBS for 05 tc's? i searched online and a lot of people charge for this information. I also searched this site and there was a list, but it seemed to be lacking and not recently updated. anywhere online that has these??
I think the tC is inherently slow to cool. I took mine in for the TSB and mechanic indicated it was cooling at the prescribed 40 degrees. It just takes longer to get cool. than other cars I have had. Not sure if anything can be done unless your A/C is pumping out something greater than 40 degrees and the TSB will fix that one. But most of us are in the same boat as "just not cooling fast enough".