I have a Lancer 2006 GLX. I have noted that whenever I switch on the AC, in may be like 1st or 2nd gear, and when i raise the rpm to shift to next gear, the car's AC would trip (shut down automatically, though the AC button's light would stay on and the fan would be running) and then after a few seconds the AC would start again.
This also happens when the car is climbing, a bridge etc i.e. when RPMs are raised. The mechanic told me that it's natural to save upon the load on engine, but I am not convinced.
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