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Turning on the Air Conditioning in your Car will make it Burn more Gas

True or False?

I know some of the older cars will DEFINITELY make the engine drink more gas. But these Newer more Modern cars I have to question.

Does anyone here know..(with Proof)
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Sure you can park an entire building AC on it and keep a 100 story building cold in LA and it wont burn more gas because AC energy is free on new cars
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Sure you can park an entire building AC on it and keep a 100 story building cold in LA and it wont burn more gas because AC energy is free on new cars

only if you purchase the "lifetime" carwash package
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It's a belt-driven compressor. It requires energy to turn it. You car produces that energy by burning gas. Yes, you will burn more gas with it on than off. It's maybe 5-10HP to spin it though. I wouldn't advise removing it just to save money on gas.
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