JBello wrote:I get it.never said it can be clogged by not using it. But “running the AC periodically” I found that while looking into my Kizashi manual book trying to find pointers. But since you’re in LA , disregard the winters lol. I’m in Chicago. We get that nasty humidity can’t breathe that shit. Lol. But Somehow mine got debris inside. My AC makes no odd sounds like yours or rattling. Might be worth just looking into it.
From your previous post that mentioned running it periodically, it sort of sounded to me like if you don’t use it then it might clog. I figured the clog might come from debris the cabin air filter might not catch. Never would have guessed it was a humidity thing, but then again that’s probably because our humidity in Los Angeles is relatively mild, usually.
Mine does not rattle. I’ll try to get it on video to better convey what the sound is. Maybe if plastic components needed WD-40 or something to go smoother lol (it’s not a creaky or squeaky sound either).
@ Woodie: I don’t mind the airflow in the Kizashi’s air con that much. I usually keep it at one or two bars and lower it as things cool. And it cools pretty quickly, too, especially since I often set it to mid-70s, which isn’t actually “cool” lol. My main issue with the design of the air conditioning system is really just the vent placement, specifically the small vent to the left of the steering wheel. I can never position it for anything but my hand or the steering wheel. Otherwise I have no beef with the Kizashi’s air conditioning overall. The odd sound it makes isn’t a big deal and I forget about it soon enough, it’s just that I’m not sure it’s normal.