Question about Plymouth Cars & Trucks
I added a full can of freon to my AC system last week and things were fine with my AC until a couple of days ago, when it started blowing out hot air. When I touch the low-side tube, it's not cold or even cool, just warm. This should be indicative of a freon leak, but I'm not entirely sure. I bought a can of freon with Stop Leak in it to try and remedy the problem but I haven't put it in yet. What should I do?
Your AC system is a closed system, so the fact you have to put more Freon in, means there is definitely a leak. I would check it out with a mechanic.
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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