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2003 Yukon xl --front & rear air has stopped working. The fan works fine. We're on vacation. Is there a quick remedy to get it cooling to make it home (6 hr drive)? Thinking it may be best to have it repaired at home. Thanks !!

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If the fans are working , it seams like the compressor is not turning on, check the low pressure switch on the acomulator, at the passenger side in the engine compartment, try wiggling the connector , that switch is very common to fail in the GMs that year, another thing find an auto-part or walmart close to you and bay one of this bottles of freon with a gauge and check if there is freon in the system , if no just put some untill the compressor come on by it self and you fill the cool air inside the car..hope this help

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