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Hello, the "classic" heather/cooler ventilation (not conditioning system) of my 2002 Durango is very weak in power (i need to put it at max) and efficency. Is it a problem of cleaning (and how) ? ... or something else ?

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Have it pressure tested. and or charged
also the lower air dam on a vehicle has a very important role in the a/c system...too much to explain,but make sure it is still there

Posted on May 14, 2009

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