Question about 1989 Porsche 944
Unless you mistyped, you are talking about two different things.
Coolant and topping it off, has nothing to do with your AC. Coolant is what keeps your engine from overheating.
Your AC probably needs to be recharged and checked for leaks. Bring the car to an AC shop and they should be able to help you out.
If your AC checks out fine, I'd start by looking under the dash. There's a possibility that the flap that moves when you switch from heat to cool is stuck in the heat position.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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