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1996 grand marquis air conditioning

Under the hood the A/C Accumulator gets cold and wet. but not frost cold... inside when i turn on the A/c it does not blow out cold air or even close to cold. what can be the problem?

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Depending on the year of the car, you may have to get the system recharged. It is actually common to do this in cars that are more than a few years old.

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