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2001 Excursion, 7.3L diesel, Front A/C warm, rear cool

Front A/C is not working well. It is "cool" but not "Cold" as it used to be. Rear A/C is significantly cooler than the front. Started soon after the dealer replaced the water pump. One compressor, two coolers, why the difference?

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It sounds like your front orifice tube needs replacing. the rear has an expansion valve in it. if the front orifice tube is becoming clogged it will restrict the flow of freon causing the air not to be as cool as the back.

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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    Robert Alexander Dec 17, 2012

    A/C repaired. Rear evaporator coil was leaking!! Thanks all!!!

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