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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have your U-bolts that hold the rear axle checked to see if they have worked themselves loose or stretched.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
1234 down the right side 5678 down the left. this is veiwed from the rear of the engine as if you were sitting on the transmission.
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
Well, you should first check ALL, your vehicles fuse boxes and make sure they're in working order.
Assuming that your air conditioning compressor clutch is engaging and in working order.
and the the fuses are good. Then most likely, it is as simple as needing to fill it up with refrigerant...
If you dont have an autoparts store nearby, well even if you do. The R134a is cheaper at most stores such as Walmart, K-Mart, etc, etc...
As for cost, an 18oz cannister with a filling tube and gauge runs around 18.00 at most auto parts store... Instructions are on the can. including what the typical PSI level should read from a system in working order.
Good Luck and Happy Motoring
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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