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A/C is not blowing cold air

My a/c is not blowing cold air, it blows only hot air. I added freon and had it check there is no leaks. Can you tell me why the a/c for 97Plymouth Voyager is only blowing hot air and what can I do to fix it.

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If the a/c compressor clutch is not engaging, you will never have any cold air. if the system has too much or too little freon in it, that will also mess it up. If system is undercharged, the compressor will short cycle, instead of staying on till the thermostat tells it to disengage. I suspect your problem is in the compressor and that is where i would look first.

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