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2001 nissan altima limited edition

AC is cool in mornings and evenings...mid day AC takes 20 to 30 min to blow cool and then for only a minute or 2 before its hot/warm air blowing again. Took to mechanic, he thinks its thermostat...wants to charge me $247 for entire job ...is this fair?

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  • burnsplaza Sep 09, 2008

    It was the AC thermostat...cost too much...but its done...tks for the help

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It is not engine thermostat.Your engine temp is normal right? doesnt sound like expansion valve. which is basically thermostat for a/c system. make sure your cooling fans are coming on and no trash on condensor this is in front of radiator.

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