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My honda civic 2003 a/c blows air for 30 minutes

My ac just blow cold air for 30 minutes and then just air, and after a few hours when I start the car again does the same. Now the clutch doesn't engage and the fan don't go on, what could be the problem

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Sounds to me like you are low on freon/R22. Get that recharged and that will probably solve your problem.

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