I suppose when you say " the air stops blowing but the unit is still running" you mean the air that is blowing is not cool. If so, then the thermostat is faulty or needs to be set a lower temperature setting. If the unit blows cool for a few minutes and not cool for a few minutes, then cool again, etc. (called short-cycling), the unit is low on freon.
if the compressor is running and it is still blowing hot air i would have to say that the blend door is not operating properly. if the blend door is stuck open then the air is still blowing across the heater core and into the cabin. replacing the motor that controls the blend door will most likely fix this problem
Your heater coil is bad.
If it still blows cold when it is at running temp, check the engine thermostat, its probably stuck in the open position.
Either a bad fuel pump (most likely) or a short in the wiring somewhere. Suggest you disconnect the wiring from the fuel pump, put a new fuse in and see if it still blows. If no blow, bad fuel pump. Still blows, short in the wiring somewhere.
Not sure what you mean by not running right. Is it stalling, skipping, hesitating, idles to fast, idles to slow, doesn't idle at all, backfiring, hard starting, spark knock/ping, running rich, running lean, blowing black smoke, blowing blue smoke, blowing white smoke, etc? Need more info.
my Chevy cobalt 2005 keeps blowing the fuse everytime i put my windows up or down i had the door wireing replace a new window motor replaced new switch and it still blows the fuse what can the problem be
check all brake bulbs a filiment may have shorted out
I wish I knew!
A windmill produced electricity while the wind blows. It may produce energy when the wind blows and people don't need it. People don't need all the energy a windmill produces all the time but they may need energy when the wind is not blowing. Windmills are therefore linked up to battery systems and charge the batteries when the wind is blowing, energy is being produced, and nobody is using it. When people need energy and the wind is not blowing (no power is being produced) they use power from the batteries.
A possible problem could be you power wire is pinched somewhere causing it to touch a ground which will blow the fuse.
If the ballast on a fluorescent light blows the lamp will not work.
Your heads are probably warped from overheating. have them checked out by a machine shop. Sometimes they can machine them back to flat, but you might have to replace them.