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My 1998 GMC Safari ac works well (cold) in the rear. The front AC is just barely cool. Ac reads a good charge, not over or under charged. What could cause this?

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The blend door is not fully closed for the front. GM's are bad for that. Also check the vaccuum line for the door.

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