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94 Plymouth Voyager A/C

Plenty of freon/no leaks/compressor replaced and runs. Output temperature never less than 10 degrees below outside air temp.

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Change the various thermostats that control/regulate the temp & finally synchronized at their service center with the help of a PC...................sodeep

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