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I'm trying to increase my ac blower motor speeds. I Put in new Evaporator core, New blower motor, and also took my whole dash and ac duct work out to check for blockage. My ac get ice cold, but I have a 96 Tahoe And it does not have rear ac, to top it off my Tahoe is black with black interior! it takes forever to cool!!! I need more air volume! I'm considering going with 14V batts! before anyone mention tint My back windows are 100% black out and my front windows read 0% on the meter ( 2 layers of 5% and a layer of 20% on top of the 5%.
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Put a window unit in the back.



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moving more air across the evap will not fix your problem,
it throws out the balance of incoming (return air/hot) an the volume of cooled air in the core itself, its factory matched

fan's cfm is matched to the surface area of the evap core

the compressor will never keep up unless you can figure out a way to run it on low speeds untill the cabin's temp is cold, then go to full speed pulling in cooler air
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Moving more air wont cool as fast. The air will pass through the evaporator too fast and wont cool down as much before getting into the cabin of the vehicle.

The air is colder coming out the vents when you have it on low compared to high.



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Double up on everything. Compressor, core etc...
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The air will pass through the evaporator too fast and wont cool down as much before getting into the cabin of the vehicle.
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thats a pretty clear explanation there, ^

not to get too techy on you guys..............
the extra volume of hot air is actually boiling the liquid refrigerant in the core alot quicker into gas,

when ever your self charging your personal A?C, you can usually put yor hand on the suction line at the exit of the evap, and you can tell when your core has enough liquid by a faint trace of cold in the line .
this is just one of many tricks of the trade

bottom line is find a donor vehicle (with rear A/C)
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I LOVE my rear AC in the suburban.

Truck turns into a freaking ice box.
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gm's always have the best A/C systems, better than imports,
every gm ive owned can get down to 40 degrees at the vent, thats highly efficiant
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gm's always have the best A/C systems, better than imports,
every gm ive owned can get down to 40 degrees at the vent, thats highly efficiant


GM's are garbage when it comes to A/C. Most of the time they don't even work.

Last time I serviced my Nissan's A/C it was blowing 43*F at the farthest vent from the coil (drivers door) on full blast with the windows down.

And I haven't stuck a thermometer in my Ford but it blows ice cold too.



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