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Was low on freeon add some but it still dose not get cold .and yes the pumpl is running whats up ?03-10-09 22:42

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Test with a gauge to make sure it's in safe range.

Is the a/c clutch cycling on and off more than 4 times/minute? If yes, you ares till low.

Do not overcharge or you could damage compressor.

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Not sure what you are saying the problem is. The compressor has to run to add freon if it is low. Normally you jumper the low pressure switch to make it run while you add freon.
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Call the better Business bureau if you are in the states. if they havent fixed your system thats a huge issue at this point and you have rights.
But back to your problem. The evaporator is normally the first thing to spring a leak. If you are leaking freon there would be the first place to check. Add dye to the system and top it off making sure to have the UV flashlight ready. If the evap is leaking the dye should end up under the car as the condensor drains will empty there. Also check hoses and fitting.
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