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Honda cr-v 2003a/c blows cold and warm air in repeated intervals

Honda cr-v 2003 LHD a/c just charged 45psi it refirgerant sometimes blows cold air then a cluck sound and gets warm and comes back cold later after a cluck sound. I opened and recheck the a/c and it went up to 65psi for some reason and notice every time there is a cluck sound the engine looks likes a part of the engine motor stopped running for awhile then comes back

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Hi,I`ll try to help,look at the low side reading when ac is running(before it cycles off...cluck sound),is it down to 10? 0? below ?If so have the expansion valve replaced and your ready to go.If not,if you have a high side reading,is it above 275 or 300?If so the cooling fan or fans are not coming on,find out why,cooling fan relay?fuses? If the fan or fans are running,then you have a restriction in the high side,either the dryer,or the condenser are stopped up.I I can be of more help,let me know....roniecon@gmail.com

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