I have Chevrolet Joy 2006. My car's AC auto trips when I speed up. As the RPM goes higher, the AC auto trips and most of the time it doesnt turn on again. It works fine as long as I am driving slow and changing gears lower than 2500 RPM. Apparently, the car does that so the power that AC is taking is redirected to engine helping the car speed up faster. But I don't want that. I can manually turn off the AC button when I want to speed up fast. This is really frustrating.
Is it possible to turn off the auto trip? If yes, any idea how much the mechanic will charge for this? Will turning off this function cause me any kind of problem? I have a Honda City 2008 and a Cuore too. Their ACs do not have this stupid auto trip function. This is the first car I know that have this auto trip function.
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