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1999 Plymouth Voyager overheating & no air

Hello, I have a 1999 Plymouth Voyager the is overheating and the air conditioner is hot now. It over heats when the air is on or when the car is stopped. It will also make a rumbling sound and jurks like every 30 seconds. The temp gauge go's down only when the car is turned off or I turn on the heater. With the temp's reaching over 100 and 8 kids We can't take it anymore....lol!! Can anyone help?

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Looks like there is loss of refrigerant gas in the A/c. Get it topped up if required. The rumbling sound is from the compressor since its running out of to compressible refrigerant gas, freon or CF4. Get it topped up............sodeep

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