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Defog and A/C don't seem to work fully.

In the winter, my defog doesn't seem to work too well. It doesn't seem to defog my windshield while I drive. In the summer, my air conditioner doesn't seem to work too well. It does blow out cool air, but it doesn't seem to cool as well as I expect. Is this normal or do I need my climate control to be repaired?

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Your air-conditioning system may be low on refrigerant, and/or may have a leak.

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SOURCE: 1993 honda prelude defogger blows hot but windows don't really defog

Try turning on the a/c to defog windows

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SOURCE: I have a 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada with automatic climate control that blows cold air in the winter and hot in the summer. The thermostat is working fine and it doesn't need flushed. There are no le

It sounds like the system is fried. Based on the description, it is just pulling in the outside air and not doing anything to heat or cool the flow. Unfortunately, this is a job for your preferred mechanic.

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