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Two things are very likely to be your problem. Freon or compressor. Turn on the ac on cold and see if the compressor is engaging, if it is and stops and goes or if it doesn't. try to check the compression on the low side of your ac, the smallest plug where you service the ac. Or take it to an ac professional to get it refilled or checked. Remember, just because its blowing air, it doesn't mean its working. There are fans inside the car that push the cold air inside your vehicle and most of the time these will work, but that's not the only part required to blow cold air inside your car, the compressor is what makes the air cold.
Did it blow cold before you put it in? You need to listen and see if your compressor is engaging when you turn your ac on and off. Something simple could be that you put too much in or too little in. It could also be your compressor gone bad on it.....
Sounds like the compressor has gone out of your AC system. They are not too terrible to change, but can be time consuming depending on location. IF the freon is good, check the compressor and you should here it at idle speed w/ hood open clicking on and off as the clutch engages and disengages when the AC is operated. If there is no clicking on and off by the compressor, new compressor will be required. IF it gets cold when first adding freon, and then fades quickly, it is likely a leak in one of the high or low sides of the lines between the coil and the compressor.
When you put on the A/C find out if the compressor is engaging. There are pressure switches for both too little freon or too much freon. If the compressor is not engaging there is a switch on the low pressure side close to the oblong cylinder where you put in the freon. Unplug the switch and put a jumper wire on the wire harness plug. The compressor should engage. If it does you either have too little freon or the low pressure switch is bad.
if the a/c compressor clutch is not engaging, you will never have any cold air. if the system has too much or too little freon in it, that will also mess it up. If system is undercharged, the compressor will short cycle, instead of staying on till the thermostat tells it to disengage. I suspect your problem is in the compressor and that is where i would look first.
Hi,check if the compressor clutch is engaging,if not check the conection at the compressor if ok check,fuse ,or relay ,if those are fine and the commpressor is engaging,check freon presure ,may be too high or low, if this is the case ,correct the problem and disconect the negative cable from the battery for a minute to reprogram the sistem..C1