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Is there a sepreat charging valve for the rear ac front works great back blows hot air

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No, there is one service port for the ac system itself, make sure that the actuator doors are functioning properly and that all control knobs are set for cool air, your problem lies somewhere between the the two airducts that connect from the main source of cool air,

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Hello msbrig,
This is a REAL SWAG
(stab in the dark... (a bit reasoned))...

Confession... I'm no GM expert... but
General Motors & FRIDGIDAIRE
are the "GREATS" in automotive A/C.

and

This is the BEST DOCUMENTED QUESTION I have
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I hope I am not doing a disservice by attempting an answer...

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Some folks ROUTINELY replace the ""DRYERS' (desiccant)


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I bought ALL THE TOOLS years ago... NOTWITHSTANDING my amateur standing... I only let the JAGUAR DEALER jam me for an $800 Schrader Valve since 1965 (Mustang(all the rest... I did myself)).

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