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I have a 1999 vw beetle a couple of days ago when I had my a/c on it started making a very loud noise. About three weeks ago I had to put freon in the a/c. Is there something wrong with my a/c?

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May just be the belt is lose or the cluch is going out. make sure that there is nomore than 1/2" play in belt. even if you have a tenchner it could need to be checked from time to time.

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