Question about 1997 Pontiac Bonneville
Check the fuse first to the A/C to make sure it's has not blown. The other thing to is the system may be low on R143a. If you not to familiar with recharging the system you can take it most shop now and have it serviced. Call around first for the best price to recharge the system. You can buy a recharge kit for around $50.00 but that's around the same price to recharge the system and you don't have to worry about over charging the system causing damage. The recharge kit can be bought at Wal Mark or any large parts store like Auto Zone. Here is a link on how to recharge the system your self if that's the method you wish to go. Good luck and hope this helps, Keep me posted. be glad to cool all summer. http://www.cyberbright.com/autobin/air_conditioning.htm
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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