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1998 Toyota Camry AC not cold

When I turn on the AC, the air blowing out the fans does not get any colder. Fans are working, and I don't hear any kind of noise coming from my car. it sounds like the ac turns on but no cold air. any ideas?

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    turn on ac and no cold air comes out

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You should have the aircon radator pressure tested as there are often leaks where the pipes go in

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