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Old 03-07-15, 08:55 PM   #1
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Exclamation Running rough with air-con on

When my air conditioning is turned on, the revs increase slightly as I guess is expected but it seems to bring the car to a point where it seems to run slightly rough. Requiring more revs to pull off from a stop and to keep up speed. If I am along the motorway with air con on, pressing that air con button again is like activating nitrous!

I would expect a slight difference with the extra power needed but this seems odd. Any ideas?

2008 1.4l VTI
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Old 04-07-15, 12:52 PM   #2
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I suppose you might notice the difference with a 1.4 engine. Certainly I do with my 1.25 Fiesta, driving my 3800cc Buick pumping out stump pulling torque I can't tell the difference.

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