Question about 2000 Ford Explorer
Last week while driving home I notice that my a/c was feeling to hot for normal operation. So I stoped by a local parts storeand picked up a can r-134 put it in my system. It cooled for the ride home but the next morning it blew hot again.
Yes you have a leak. Take it to a shop for the test. It can be done in a few minutes not costing you an arm an leg. 10 chances to 1 it is an O ring like already suggested. They should not even sell this stuff to the public! The prob of a leak needs to be corrected before adding anything. Thank God it wasn't your fuel tank! LOL Frankster016
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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