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A/c blows but does not blow cool air. does not kick on.

A mechanic fixing another problem on car noticed it and fixed the spring on the dial on control panel and it worked for some time, but now does not work at all, it just blows air.

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  • ccutshall Jul 28, 2009

    the freeon had been checked also and was full no problem there.

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Sounds like it low on freon

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

  • Donnie Wilson
    Donnie Wilson Aug 26, 2009

    That control maybe the switch for your a/c clutch

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