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Question Details Asked:May 10, 2008 - 12:54 PMStatus:Closed
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fordfan_17 hit it pretty good with his answer.
Check all the vacuum lines in the engine compartment and make sure they are all in good shape, not cracked or disconnected.
If they all check out, try replacing the Vacuum Brake Booster Check Valve.
Under heavy acceleration the a/c compressor will kick off and resume when condition returns to normal.
sounds like you may have a vaccuum problem as you accellerate the vehicle the engine draws more vaccuum if you have a vaccuum line disconnected or leaking either under the hood or at the ac control panel. this could create the condition you are asking about.
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