I have a wonderful 83 300D turbo that runs like a dream. Until I turn
on the A/C. Then the engine, mainly in the city, feels like it is
always about to die. When I stop, I have to either shut the A/C off or
gently press the brake and give it a little gas. I live in Atlanta and
A/C in a car is like oxygen. Is there anything I can do to help
relieve some of the strain on the engine? When I am on the highway,
there are no problems at all. It flies just like when the A/C is off.
Also, recently, or should I say twice, I have blown two, at separate
times, the 8 (the white ones) fuses. These fuses cover a lot of
cooling related parts. So yesterday I put in a 16 and I had no
issues...yet. I am I going to run into trouble down the line?