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A/c blowing warm air, compressor works, clutch works, and system has full charge,but still blows warm air?

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  • starjc Jul 20, 2009

    a-c line not sweating. where is the temperature control actuator exactly located? on the passenger side?

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    Bill May 11, 2010

    Is the a-c line sweating?. Check the temperature control actuator to see if it is moving. There is a technical service bulletin about the secondary heat door binding causing this concern.

  • Franco2112 May 11, 2010

    Do you have condensation at the accumulator with system on ?

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Check the vaccum line behind the controls. It is separate for heat and the button for A/C.

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