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Ac recharge being dispensed

After recharging my AC in car it makes a loud air dispense. Is it the compressor?

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    Marcos Anguiano May 24, 2009

    ty very much for your input

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There is a leakage somewhere. have an expert trace this else you will run your engine without ac.

It could be the compressor or from the gas pipe.

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Posted on May 24, 2009

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