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COMPRESSER TURNS ON AND OFF I ALL SO HEAR A GUSH OF AIR

FROM MOTOR WHEN AIR IS ON AND I AM DRIVING. I PULLED VACUM AND RECHARGED SYSTEM. AND THE COMPRESSER STILL DOES NOT STAY ON AND I HEAR THE GUS OF AIR FROM THE MOTOR

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Think you may have overcharged it ,did you use a proper machine to re gas ??not sure as i cant remember but i think this vehicle should have 700grms of gas ,i have a chart somewhere with my machine but i would need to know what engine because when i answer some of these questions i have found that what may appear a standard vehicle in europe is often different in america

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