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Replaced all air conditioner parts and still blows cool air NOT COLD. Guy that just replaced evaporator said it could be a sensor that needed to be reset by mitsubishi. Is this true????? this is a 2001 mitsubishi eclipse 4 cyl.

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No dealer has a reset for the a/c system by you mentioning that you replace everything it means the a/c compressor,air dryer,and the most important the orfice tube. if you hadnt replace the orfice tube wich converts the liquid into gas when it gets hot thats your problem.alot of mechanics wont change it as an a/c mechanic will.

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