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The compressor keeps running but the blower will cut off all together then will come back on and cool again sometimes right away or it could take awhile then come back on. I removed the push button unit while it was running as it shuts off if you move the plug onThe passenger side it will come back on. I resolderd every connection and every wire inthe plug when I put pressure on the bundle of wires it comes back on. Do I need a control unit or maybe a relay? thanks
 

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I relocated this to its own thread where it is more likely to get a proper answer.
 

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Great job Dig. Thanks for relocating it.
I deleted my post cause it made no sense now.

Welcome to the 107 asylum Brian.
 

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I deleted my comment to you because it would make even less sense, now. If this keep up, we'll have to close the forum.


Welcome, Brian. Best of luck with your 107!
 

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On ACC-II, power for the climate control system goes through a vacuum switch. If you have vacuum leaks, what you describe will happen (extremely annoying). If this is happening, then you should be able to correlate the blower cutout to manifold pressure with your economy gauge. I'm not sure the 560 has an economy gauge (seems pointless, doesn't it?). In that case, correlate to your right foot.

I "think" that the ACC-III on your car has the same feature. Check out the vacuum diagrams for your unit in the FSM. If you don't have one, there is a link in EGV107 along with other climate control threads.
 
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