Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
2003 Ford Explorer XLS...
My AC does not blow cold air, I have a Chilton Manual and would like to repair this without paying for it to get done. So my question is where do I start to find the problem? All the manual does is tell me how to replace certain parts- not how to find the problem.
First you need to find out if the system is charged fully. If you have a low charge then you can but 134a with leak detecting dye in it. Add it to your system and then after it leaks down a black light will show you where it is leaking. Be sure the compressor is engaging and all the fuses are good. Let me know if you need more info. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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