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Why is my air conditionar not blowing cold air

We recharged the air in my 2003 s type jaguar and the gauge says it is right at 40 wear it is supposed to be why isn't it blowing cold air

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Sounds like your compressor is not running. It is on the serpentine belt. When it is running it clicks spins and click and stops over over again. Check your relays and fuses before making costly repairs to replace the compressor.

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