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Old 06-13-2021, 04:16 PM   #1
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F53 Dash A/C problems

Is anyone having problems with the dash AC blowing hot above about 2500 RPM on the 20-21 F53 chasis?
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Yes I have the same issue. Mine is on a 2020 chassis 2021 winnebago. I have seen that the hoses have been attached wrong on other people's units. The 7.3 is different then the v10. I'm going to call my dealer tomorrow.
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Sounds like there is a issue with the vacuum check valve and or the small vacuum reservoir. Allowing the vacuum to drop at the dash ac when the engine vacuum drops and the dash ac is going into fail save mode ( hot air defrost).
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I picked my unit up from the dealer today . The lines where hooked up wrong from Winnebago. It was 92 degrees and brought the rpms up 3000 and air stayed cool !
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Great, thanks for the feedback!!
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F53 A/C Problems

Our A/C problem was fixed by reversing the direction of a hose that is installed by Winnebago not chassis related.
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