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Air conditioning compressor will not kick in,

Air conditioning compresser will not kick in, blows hot air, lots of pressure on low pressure side of compresser 2003 lancer oz.

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If it is above 100PSI, you are over charged. Any thing under, should be normal to low. You probably need to get it checked by a professional to make sure it has the correct charge, and the compressor is getting power when the switch is turned on.

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