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A/C cooling issues

I have an 02 T&C and the a/c is blow ing hot I have added 2 small cans of r-134a don't have the gage to check but I can get one I do heat and cooling for a living. The comp kicks on and accepted the refrigerant but the temp won't change. The cooling fans weren't working but I found one has a burnt fuse and one fan has bad bearings can this lead to a/c issues? I will be replacing a fan on tuesday. The check engine light is on and I can't get to auto parts without the fans????? Probably to much info but hope we can get it fixed on my own. Thanks in advance Zac

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    Excellent advice, cured the AC fan issue, the fan took some time to find but it cured all the issues.  Thanks Very much.

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If the coolant fans do not work the pressures will be to high and the condenser will not cool which it needs .start with the fans they are very important

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you need a gauge to check the pressure in the compressor. i believe it is around 40 psi. the large cans at parts stores are about 24.00 and have a reusable gauge set. may also be dirty a-coil??/ hope this helps.

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you need a gauge to check the pressure in the compressor. i believe it is around 40 psi. the large cans at parts stores are about 24.00 and have a reusable gauge set. may also be dirty a-coil??/ hope this helps.

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