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A/C WORKS GREAT FOR A SHORT TIME THEN GOES WARM

.THEN TURN OFF SYSTEM OR THE CAR FOR A SHORT TIME OR MORE, THEN A/C WILL WORK GREAT AGAIN FOR A SHORT TIME, THEN GOES WARM AND SO ON.

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You have too much sub cooling, creating ice to form on the condenser wich in turns gives you amazing cooling for a short time then when no more air can pass (b/c of the ice blocking the way) it warms up. next time look under your car after this problem occurs after a short time you will notice alot of water under your car. this is normal for this condition and in extream useage of the A/C system.

10 yrs ago i would tell you to go to Napa and buy a recharge kit, unfortunetly this has been banned due to CFC's and the Montreal air polution act in 1996.

This means you need to go and get a recharge from a service startino or your delarship.

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