I'm far from an expert but it sounds like you have a small leak or had one and the A/c just needs a recharge.
When the wind blows it causes energy to move around and makes objects move.
If the ballast on a fluorescent light blows the lamp will not work.
1.The wind blows hard to create a sound so when the wind blows the wires start shaking and making another sound so together they make a loud sound. 2. When the wind blows through the telephone wires the wind blows the wires forcing them to vibrate. so technically because the wind makes the telephone wires vibrate. your welcome.
Low coolant, failed thermostat, partially plugged heater core...............
it could be the heater core and ac housing unit that allows hot air to be mixed with the cold air or it could just cancel out the cold due to the motion of the car
If it blows while driving, I would replace the fuel pump. If it blows when trying to start, I would replace the starter.
Check and make sure that the inside control are working first and then check the system for a vacuum leak....
That's a toughy... Water pump maybe(?)If not, be sure to see "Related Questions" below for more diagnosing/trouble-shooting/fixing ideas and information.
You probably have a bad thermostat.
it is a vacuum leak-replace the vacuum line from the right side along the right front-tiny vacuum line probably split
sounds like there is short in the flux condenser that senses the pressure change in the differing temperatures KansasCity Computers
You have a bad fan clutch..............
Whats the problem? Blows cold air with the heat settings on?
A fuse blows when there is a short circuit or an overload in the circuit.