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I have 2006 model v6 .having challenges with a/c . does not blow cool air,i thought it will be coolant but things didnt change after flushing and refilling. what can be the challenge

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Take your car and get it vaccumed for 10 min to see if it holds pressure if it dose then go get u a can of freon and pump from auto part store
if the vaccume dont work its because you have a hole in a/c line

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Change the compressor.

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Slowly fill the cooling system with a 50/50 coolant mixture until coolant runs freely out of bleeder screws.
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