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A/C problem with Jeep Cherokee

My air conditioning on my 1998 Jeep Cherokee works great at first, but after an hour or two the A/C gets warmer and the air flow slows down. I popped the hood and found the evaporator all frozen up.

I also recently checked and added some 134a refrigerant and it seemed to be within the proper pressure limits (I think it was 45-55 psi). Is there too much freon in the system? Why does it freeze up?

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