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02 jeep liberty

I put a/c in the jeep were i`am suppose to , an the only time i have a/c is in the morning when i first start out.. after about 1 mile it plow regular air an does not get cold again til morning

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  • trimstitch_1 Oct 09, 2008

    sorry,, what is happening is when i first start out the a/c is cold ,,real cold . about a mile down the road it is no longer cold , like the vent air is blowing.. when i say first starting out , that means in the morning after it stop being cold thats it for the rest of the trip

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You need to check your electric fan under the radiator cowl. That pull the heat away from the ac radiator. Liberty's have two fans. One Mechanical and one electric.

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