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Air Conditioner My A/C in my 2002 Neon is not working properly. Sometimes when I turn it on the air is barely coming out even on high and it is much louder when this happens, and then the next time I get in my car it is working fine. Any ideas??

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It is probably being caused by one of the vent doors (in the AC/heat system) sticking and not moving into the air conditioner mode. For a temporary fix, just keep changing the controls from heat to AC and
sooner or later it will probable work. For a permanent fix you need to use 3 in 1 oil and try to oil the doors in the system.

Hope this helps Good luck


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