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The A/C system on my CORSA-D 2011 not working well.
When I start my car, it's working well, but after a few minutes, when temperature on cabin going low,
It's going to standby, evenso it's not cold enough.
Then when temperature is rising, it's start again, but not for long.

How can I change it, so it will go to standby, after temperature in the cabin is really low???
I want that the temperature in the cabin will be very low.

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I've recharge the system with 470 gram R134 like in the operator manual.
 

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Sounds like you have the automatic climate control? If so it's probably because of the interior temp sensor. Don't know for sure as I've got the standard manual one. Try putting it on manual mode and see if it keeps blasting cold air.
 

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Unfortunately, I've also have the standard manual one.
Is anybody know what part of the car controlling the compressor?
What device of the a/c system, put the compressor to standby, and where it is located?
 

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Need to go to an ac specialist as this could end up being a long thread. Have you blown compressed air through the condenser to make sure that isn’t blocked as if that’s unable to cool the warm air that’s all it can blow through to the cabin
 

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I had an issue in my Corsa where the a/c in my car felt like it was getting warmer over 30 mins. After weeks of it been like this I realised it was the blower motor was slowing down after getting it regassed and taking it to specialist who couldn't find wrong.

It was the blower motor was broken but it took about 30 mins before it would slow down enough for the car to start feeling warmer.

Doubt it's related but if nothing else works it's worth a look.

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