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A/c problem The air conditioner blows cold while sitting in traffic.As soon as I start driving again it blows all hot air.Can someone please help me with a place to start. Thank you !!!!!!! Darrell

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Ok when ur sitting there no hot air is coming in to the air con radiator at front of car because your not driving
but when your driving it comes in but stays cold because the fan kicks in is your aircon fan working?

or does it need more gas thats what else can cause this

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