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2005 F 150 A/C just won't keep the cab cool.

2005 F 150 King Ranch 4 door, 4 wheel drive. Temperature at the vent is 47 degrees. It just won't cool the cab, plus blows hot when at a stop sign. Have been to dealership, they say all is fine.

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Sounds like a compessor problem, it would have to be about 120 degrees outside for 47 degrees at the vent- should be around 30-35 degrees at the vent. sounds like the compressor is only working when its under load-which usually indicates internal failure

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