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Air conditioner blow warm air after freeon

My air conditioner blow warm air after adding freon in my 2000 Volkswagon beetle

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You could have a leak in the ac system which would be why you had to add freon. take it to a repair shop and ask them to check fo rleaks because adding more freon wont fix your issue if there is a leak.

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Air conditioner stopped blowing cool air. Added freon. Worked well for a few days. Now only blows cool air on passenger side.


Chances are you have a pretty fast freon leak, and the passenger side will be blowing warm within a few days. I have the same thing happen on a couple of my GM cars, except my leak is very slow; warm driver's side, cold passenger side.

You can try and top off the freon again, but I suspect you're going to have to take it to a shop to find the leak and get it fixed. Plan on spending some big dollars for the repair.

Good Luck.

Aug 08, 2011 | Hyundai Sonata Cars & Trucks

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The blower puts out hot air, no cold air,could it be out of freeon? it is a 2000 volkswagon beetle. the air had been working great up til today


you need to have someone look at it that knows vw a/c systems
there too many things that could cause this to start guessing

Aug 14, 2010 | 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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My air conditioner blows cool air on 75 degree days but on 90 degree days it blows warm air, I have had freon added and the fan replaced but the problem still exist. What else could the problem be?


the air mix door may be stuck or broke does it blow cold air on hot days after the freon is replaced and for how long it may be leaking back out ?? it may be an door acutator as well or linkage

May 31, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Having rouble with air conditioner, I have changed hose, added freeon, blowed out the hose. Nothing has helped. It will put out cool air for a minute then it turns to hot air.


check oil level in compressor if oil level ok your orfice tube may be cloged or you have a line that has a leaking it loosing freon you could buy a leak detector dye for diy at your auto parts store that will show a leak in system

Apr 15, 2010 | 1994 Ford Thunderbird

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The compressure kicks on, amd the blower works and it let me put the freeon in it once and thats all it let me know it dont work kno more when i add freeon? and it blows hot air


you need to have a repair shop do a leak check/test since you r losing freon somewhere if you have to keep adding it. Once it all leaks out it allows air to enter and air IS NOT a good thing for a/c systems. They run under an initial 30 inches of vacuum for freon charging.

Jul 26, 2009 | 2004 GMC Yukon

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AIR CONDITIONER ON 2002 JEEP LIBERTY IS LEAKING FREEON SOMEWHERE IT WILL COOL FOR FOUR DAYS AFTER CHARGING WITH FREEON AND THEN IT BLOWS HOT AIR. NO LEAK VISABLE WHEN I ADDED FREEON DYE. WHERE COULD THE...


its probley leaking in the evaporator you cannot see it without removing the dash see if anyone that you know has a freon sniffer then lacated the drain tube for the evaporator case most of the time its located on the fire wall on the right lower area with a full charge use the sniffer and see if indicates a leak

Jul 09, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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2000 VW Beetle 2.0L the air conditioner was blowing warm air, the shop replaced the expansion value, evacuated and filled with freon. the air conditioner blows cold while driving but warms up while...


at idle most a/c get warmer as they are not under load to circulate the freon at a rapid pace
changing the dryer is wasting your money won't change anything sounds to me as if there might be a vapour lock in the system. run the car for a week with a/c on max to fully circulate freon to see if the problem goes away if not go back to the shot tell them to check system with gauges on the high and low side to make sure that it infact is properly charged with the right amount and temp.
42-54 degrees is good

Jun 30, 2009 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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Air conditioning problem


sounds like not enough freon or orfas valve is clogged. but most likely it is low on freon

May 05, 2009 | 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada

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AIR DOES NOT WORK DO I JUST NEED FREEON


If the air conditioner blow warm air,

1. Open the hood and check the fan belt first, sometime the fan belt broke caused the compressor stop to work, if the fan belt is good, check the compressor see if the center part turns, if turns, that means the compressor is o.k.

2. If both work fine, check the air conditioner small window see if there is bubble, if you see some bubbles in the small round window, that’s means your air conditioner lack
R-22 Freon.

3. before you fill up the Freon, check the leaking, if leaks, fix it and then fill up the Freon, the best way is to ask some professional auto air conditioner repair shop to help you.


Hope this can help you.

Jun 12, 2008 | 1996 Chrysler Cirrus

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