Updated January 24, 2018 06:10:58 An air conditionant is causing a problem in the UK’s largest city.
A number of people have reported experiencing issues with their car’s air conditioning system.
The problem is with a faulty system which has resulted in a number of issues in the past.
BBC News has contacted Volkswagen UK for comment.
Here are some tips on how to fix the problem: 1.
Do not use an electric vehicle.
If you do use an EV, you can use the car’s battery, not the air conditioning unit.
If your car has an electric drivetrain, ensure the battery and the battery charger are plugged in when not in use.
If the battery is not plugged in, disconnect the power to the battery pack and run a battery test on the battery before powering it on again.
If it’s an older vehicle, use the AC charger for power when it’s not needed.
If using a battery pack from a plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle, make sure the battery charging cable is connected to the AC socket.
If an air condition unit is plugged in but the system has been disconnected, replace the plug.
If plugged in and not used, turn off the air condition and then plug it in again.
It will return to working order.
If a battery is plugged into the unit but the air has not been turned on, plug the battery into the power socket and turn it on. 9.
If connected to an outlet, plug in the unit and then leave the outlet for 15 minutes.
If plugging in the air into the outlet is too slow, turn the AC off completely.
If charging the unit is too hot, turn on the AC to 50%.
When the AC is turned on fully, plug it back into the wall socket and plug it into the same outlet.
When plugging the air in the outlet, turn it to maximum and plug the unit into the AC outlet again.