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AC BLOWS 43 DEGREES AT IDLE HOWEVER WHEN AT FREEWAY SPEED AC BLOWS 55 DEGREES

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Look through your grill and see if there is alot of bugs and dirt on the condensor,,,, if so clean as much as you can off and retry.If this is not the problem,have it checked by a qualified mechanic.

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