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A/c not working

I have a 2000 chrysler cirrus. I had freon added and it worked for about ten minutes now its back blowing out hot air. I put a 18 oz can in there... Do you think it was enough or if the compressor gone out. I got the car in february and the a/c wasnt working..... ITS HOT NOW!!!!

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Did you checked for a leak ? put freon and measure the pressure , the turn on the a/c for couple of hours then measure it a gain if you saw diffrence then you have leak . if not check the condensor if its clogged

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    haider alharbi Jun 01, 2009

    did you checked for a leak ? put freon and measure the pressure , the turn on the a/c for couple of hours then measure it a gain if you saw diffrence then you have leak . if not check the condensor if its clogged

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