This is a bit long and kind of a rant. So we first noticed it last summer while in Vegas. It was maybe 105 degrees and we were stuck in heavy traffic on the Strip. All of a sudden, the air conditioner stopped blowing cold air. It was as if the compressor stopped working and it was just blowing the hot air from outside. I tried turning it off and on again and it was no good. However, once there was a break in traffic and I accelerated, it kicked in and cold air started again. After that, I noticed that it would happen intermitantly when the car was idling or in slow moving traffic. So, we took it in since we're still under warranty. The first time, the dealership in Pasadena had it for two days and they said they couldn't find anything wrong with it. They topped off the freon (or whatever they use these days) and told us to hope that was the problem. Unfortunately, it would still cut off. We took it in again, they had it for almost four days, and they told us the same thing; they couldn't repeat the problem. Here's where I started getting upset. I mean, so what if you couldn't repeat the problem? All that would tell them was that we weren't lying about the problem. It's not like they had a special sensor attached that would tell them what caused it (I asked, no special sensor). So I told them that was lame, and they said they couldn't do anything about it if they couldn't repeat the problem. I left, intent on returning with a better plan to get them to fix it. So today it cut off no less than 10 times in 70 minutes of some crappy traffic. It seems to cut off whenever I'm not accelerating for a while. Once I hit the gas, it will start working again. It continues to blow, but you can feel the air get more humid and not cold any more. All the times it cuts off, we have it set to the lowest temperature and on manual control. Anybody ever have this problem or know what might be causing it? Any ideas on how to get the dealership to fix it?