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First thing to check is the level of the Freon in the system. Probably has 134a in it. Open the hood and look for the air conditioner compressor. When you find it turn on the engine and look at it again to see what parts are turning. Then go turn on the Air conditioner and you should hear the compressor kick on, look at it again to see what new parts are turning and then wait to see what changes when the air gets warm. This is an indication that there is not enough 134a in the system and when the pressure drops on the low side of the compressor it shuts off.
Posted on May 05, 2017
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