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When I turn the a/c on in my 1998 Ford Taurus SE, the blower blows extremely hot air in to the car. Why is that happening?

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    how long since the aircon was gassed, does it do it the whole time or just for the first 2 minutes, does it only do it when the aircon is switched on or does it do it when its just on cold air aswel?

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Because the freon leaked out of your AC system.

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