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Air Conditioner engages but does not blow cold air inside the car same thing with heater

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Sounds like youre low on gas-if your system has a sight glass- on your evaporator or in line some where on low side-start car and turn on aircond and if clutch engages rev motor to 2500rpm and see if there are any bubbles in sight glass,they should recede and dissapear after a short time-if yes your low on gas and may have a leak-check pipes and evaporator for any leaks(will appear as oily and grimey-

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checkmark.gif Start with the compressor. Does it engage when you turn on the A/C?
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