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Air conditioner blow out hot air

Why does my air conditioner blow out hot air when stopped or when the day is hot out even if we are driving? I've already had the A/C tested and recharged leask were fix but nothing was found wrong>

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Maybe your heater is working at the same time. An open heater valve can cause this. Maybe there is a leak in the vacuum that pull the heater valve diaphram close.

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