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My a/c is blowin hot air ..

I gjust got the water pump change ... and i wasn't gettin any cold air ....so i took it to the a/c guy who checked it ..it had gas ...it had no sign of leak...he gas it up again ..didn't drive the car for a few day's when i went and start the car the a/c was blowin hot air ...i don't know if the fuse blow or something ...any help ...

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AC COMPRESSOR ON HONDA USE A SINGLE WIRE IT COULD HAVE BEEN UN PLUGED DURING TIMING BELT CHANGE CHECK IT OUT

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