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Has anyone experienced the A/C turning off on it own? On a 40 minute drive and temp set at 70, the A/C turned off all by itself. The only thing that brought it back was turning everything off (Radio, HVAC and Seats), letting it sit for a minute and then turning the AC back on. So weird.

Anyone else have this?
 

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Nope, no issues with A/C at all. Maybe, some electronics got bad? Wires etc
Its back at the dealer, I guess 37 days wasn't enough. I guess they've seen this before with different software revisions. The Seat TSB updated the set climate module, maybe now there's an issue. Sync is Microsoft after all, it must just need a Patch! LOL
 

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Its back at the dealer, I guess 37 days wasn't enough. I guess they've seen this before with different software revisions. The Seat TSB updated the set climate module, maybe now there's an issue. Sync is Microsoft after all, it must just need a Patch! LOL


If you have Sync-3 the development was done in-house.
 

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Looks like MS is still in there, just not the OS.

"Sync 3 is built around the QNX operating system owned by BlackBerry, the most-used operating system for car infotainment. This replaces Microsoft Auto, a variant on Windows, that was used in Sync 1 and 2. (There are still other pieces of Microsoft software in Fords, but not as the OS behind Sync.)"
 

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TSB 14-0220 INTERMITTENT LACK OF A/C - AFTER EXTENDED DRIVING AND HOT HUMID CONDITIONS - EVAPORATOR CORE ICING*
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Publication Date: *December 8, 2014
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FORD: 2013-2014 Escape
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LINCOLN: 2015 MKC
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This article supersedes TSB 14-0218 to update the Parts List.
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ISSUE:
Some 2013-2014 Escape vehicles built on or before 7/22/2014, 2015 MKC vehicles built on or before 7/13/2014 and 2013-2015 C-MAX and may exhibit an intermittent lack of Air Conditioning (A/C) and/or a loss of airflow from the vents. This may occur after extended operation in hot, humid conditions. This is likely due to the evaporator core icing.
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ACTION:
Follow the Service Procedure Steps to correct the condition.
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SERVICE PROCEDURE
Evacuate and Recharge the A/C System. Refer to the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 412-00.
Make sure the same amount of oil recovered is returned to the A/C system.
Replace the cabin air filter. Refer to WSM, Section 412-00.
Replace the evaporator temperature sensor. Refer to WSM, Section 412-00
 
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