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Your Air Conditioner might be low on refrigerant. If the AC doesn't cool down and had signs where it took a while to start cooling, you likely have a slow leak. It could be that an O ring wore out and started leaking, or a hose developed a leak. Rubber components tend to be the first parts that wear out over a period of time. A shop can confirm if your 134A refrigerant leaked out of the system.
sounds like you need to go to walmart and buy some air-conditioner refrigerant. Walmart is cheaper than the car places. You can buy the can with a guage and hose and hook it up to your low pressure line on your airconditioner line. Make sure not to overfill !
Check to see if the intake for your heater core/ airconditioner is blocked. Its sometimes located on the passenger side of the car. Below the windshield. Sometimes there is kind of a grill below the window behind the hood. Make sure its not clogged full of leaves etc. You need outside airflow through that hole to go through your heater /airconditioner core to give you heat in winter, cool air in summer.
check if the comp. turning or running. and also check the fan that cool the condenser coil if running. if not check the relay if ON check the voltage across it. If relay do not ON, probably the A/C temp. control not functioning and should be check.
you have a leak somewhere in the system, best bet is to take it to repair shop and have it inspected and repaired. What ever you don't go buy a can of refrigerant with sealer in it. this will destroy the whole system and will cost you mega bucks to replace the entire system.