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My A/C will not blow cold on 2002 jetta 1.8t

I have a 2002 1.8t Jetta. My A/C will not blow cold air. Freon has been added and a new fan assembly was installed. Please let me know the next thing I can check/replace.Thanks Darrell

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  • darrell_perr Jul 14, 2009

    which fuse are you referring too?

  • darrell_perr Jul 14, 2009

    I forgot to mention. Both fans; radiator/AC fans will not auto turn off. Have to disconnect battery post to turn off both fans. Please assist

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what is the low side pressure?

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The problem is the temperature blend door. Very costly to fix. I have a 2003 with the same problem. A diverter flap door that allows it to switch over from heat to air, is broken. The part is 400.00 and the labor itself is 800.00. The whole dash needs to come off. Everything is behind the dash. Sorry!

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Check the compressor clutch, does it engage the compressor, or just spin the pulley? Failure to lock the two parts together is related to 12 volt power operating the clutch. It could be an open winding on the clutch, blown fuse, open wiring, or bad control unit.

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AC and radiator fans are not working? Green fuse on top of the battery left hand side.

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Hi Darrell, if the car has been refilled with a/c and i take it that theres no leak? the only thing left is the compressor.
Hope this helps you.
George.

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Alotta People Put Freon... Have You Tried Refrigerant??? If That Dont Work It could be Your Compressor...

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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