Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
Last summer our 2003 Explorer (less than 65K miles) starting blowing warm air when in Max A/C. We took it to a dealership and they said it needed Freon. They added Freon and it worked fine for the remainder of the summer. Now that it's getting warm again we have the exact same problem. You shouldn't have to add Freon every year should you? Is something else not working?
U have a leak in the system, be it a very slow one. Have the systek leak tested with a black light, it comes from the factory with dye that glows under a black light leak detector.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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