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Air conditioning won't work on 2000 subaru outback

Air conditioning won't work on 2000 subaru outbac, just blows hot air. have never recharged, or added freon, or anything else.

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The most common cause of course is a low system refrigerent charge, this would be due to a leak, the most common cause of leakage is the front shaft seal of the AC compressor

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Emmit. I assume it blows air, just not hot? If that's the case, the control valve is faulty or probably unhooked. It will be in the heater hoses visable under the hood. Look for an unhooked cable (if its cable type..very visable) or unhooked or damaged vacumn line. Good luck.

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The first thing to do would be go to your local auto parts store and buy an air conditioning recharge kit. Provided your vehicle isn't too old, they sell recharge kits that require no tools.

If their is a leak anywhere while you recharge, you will know.

Try recharging the air conditioning first, it is very simple and the kits come with simple instructions.

If there are no leaks, your A\C will blow cold air again. As for the pressure, if it continues to slightly blow air you may be looking at a new air compressor unit or a vaccum line. A new unit will run you anywhere from $200-$2000 dollars plus labor depending on the vehicle.

If the recharge works, at least you will have slightly blowing cold air rather than hot and you can continue that way until the unit fails.

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I have a 2001 Subaru outback and the air condition is only blowing out warm air when set to a/c how do i check to see if the fluid is low or is empty


If you dont have the proper gages and know how to test for leaks I would suggest to leave it alone and take it to a garage where they have the know how and tools for the job.

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Air cond in my subaru (2001 outback) not working. Just blows hot air


Try adding some freon to your a/c system. Your local auto parts store may do it for free for you if you buy the can.

If that doesn't help and you don't have any leaks, then it's time fore a new a/c compressor.

Hope this helps a little!

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Look at your fan. You either have a weak fan clutch or if its electric you have an electrical fan problem. You need to see if the fan is running strong when it overheats. I am assuming you have checked your coolant.

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