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Ac fulley charge not getting coole

134a was put in after changing engeen line was vaccume an charge.ac stell not colling.

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    ROBERT HARPER May 11, 2010

    is comp comming on? is fuse good? check relay

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Your compressor clutch might be shot in wich case the system although charged will not circulate the freeon.

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