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2003 COROLLA S AIR CONDITIONER BLOWS HOT AIR.5 DAYS AGO MECHANIC "CLEANED LINES AND PUT IN FREON" FOR $135.00. STILL BLOWING HOT AIR.

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Take back to mechanic. You have a leak. Should not charge again for recharging system. Will charge for any parts needed.

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