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2005 stratus w/burning smell, ac cycling fast and blowing hot air

Maybe the compressor, it would not let me recharge the system from home, it wouldn't take.

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Sounds like your ac system in low. To get the compressor to engage you must find ac resistor (usually under hood with fuses) and cross connect circuits. Most time right to left corners, you can hear and see compressor clutch engage. Now, fill system with proper refrigerant.
Once charged, compressor will=should cut on and off properly.

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