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poor and problem in Air Conditioning in new Fiat Punto 2014 model

Discussion in 'Technical' started by shrey trivedi, Mar 14, 2015.


any one with same problem and got it done and geeting better performance

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  1. shrey trivedi

    shrey trivedi Timido

    Grande Punto 1.3
    any solution to better performance of air conditioning cooling effect in Fiat Punto 2014
    AC is performing very poor in 45 degree temperature in Ahmedabad Gujarat it sucks .
  2. pabhishek

    pabhishek Esperto

    Linea T-Jet
    Hello @shrey trivedi , this single statement isn't telling much. Please post few other details such as the variant you own, how old is your car, is the servicing being done regularly, have you shown it to fass or any technician, since when this problem persists, etc.
    There can be various reason for the same. Are you using ac in proper way during those 45 degree C conditions?

    And welcome to Tfi :). But you have started thread in wrong section which means less views/replies.
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  3. himanshu4886

    himanshu4886 Regolare

    Linea 1.3
    Hello shrey, welcome to the forum.

    By what you mean poor performance of AC? Are you comparing the same with other cars.

    Please open an ownership thread of your beauty as suggested by pabhishek.

    Off topic: we often have meets in Ahmedabad, do visit "late night coffee in Ahmedabad" page in meet section for more details.
  4. PradeepM

    PradeepM Staff Member Janitor

    Linea 1.3
    Hello Shrey,

    I own a 2014 Linea and so far did not face any challenges with the AC cooling in the 39 degrees we currently have in Hyderabad.
    Also if you are traveling alone close the 2 vents on the left side along with the rear vent to have more air dispense towards you. Also a good practice is to leave a gap of 1-2 inches when rolling up the windows during parking of the car. I would also advice you to roll down all the windows for a few minutes before you turn on the AC, when you resume your journey after parking in hot sun. Both these practices help the hot air to escape out of the cabin and this should bring down your average cooling time of the cabin.

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