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A/C not staying cool it just gets warm

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I would think that your freon charge is low. Start the car, turn on the AC, and raise the hood. Look next to the radiator for a black bottle with a glass window. Are there bubbles in the window? If so, your car needs some additrional freon introduced into the system.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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