Question about 1998 Volkswagen Jetta
A/c unit on 1998 vw jetta blows hot air, freon has been added, compressor comes on air is hot.
You need to have it diagnosed by a professional. These are complicated systems even to a trained tech. You may be over or under charged, have a clogged expansion valve, have a leak or many other issues. This model has a rcv refrigerant control valve inside the compressor which regulates the pressure of the compressor. If you notice the compressor never shuts off like conventional auto a/c's do the only time the clutch works is when you turn it on or off. Can be complicated.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Try to jump the hoses that come from your motor to inside your car for the heater. In this way you can test. The problem can be your heater air can be mix it with the cold air.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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