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Please help! 2004 Dodge Durango AC Suddenly Quit Working

Please help! 2004 Dodge Durango. AC worked great last night then today when I didnt go to Church it would not cool at all when we first started the car. It has always worked great with very cold air.It has never been worked on so this problem is all of the sudden. The clutch is engaging I even unplugged the low pressure switch and plugged it back up to make sure. Used a light to make sure the clutch was engaged. All other ac related fuses check out good. Even swapped an ac relay with a new one. Low side is around 95 psi static and 45 psi when the clutch is engaged. The low side never gets the least bit cool/cold. All of the sudden the low side pressure will drop to 25 psi or below and the low side line will quickly become so hot you cant touch it. I dont have a high side adapter to check the high side pressure. Ambient air today is around 85-90 degress. Any help or guidance will be greatly appreciated.

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  • regularjoe10 Jun 22, 2009

    I was afraid of that....thank you for posting...

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    a/c system working fine after repair. 2 days later all of the sudden starts blowing hot and the pressures increased dramatically



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