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A/c freon R134

A/c does not blow cold anymore

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Old post.
step 1 is check the clutch
on the front of the compressor.
is it engaged or not.
this is always step 1, (besides a/c lamp on on dash and must blow air,,blower on it must be on... and blowing. air.)
this 1 check (group) cuts the job in 1/2. every time;
do tell and we can do step 2.

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