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I have a 99 chevy suburban 2500 with rear a/c. i installed a new compressor and orfice and a rear expension valve with acumilator. Also recharged. it only cools at 60 degrees down the road. At idle its 70 degrees. what do you think the prblem may be?

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  • jmartel27 Jul 29, 2009

    4.5 lb

  • jmartel27 Jul 29, 2009

    out side temperature is 102 degrees

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    4.5

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    how much refrigerant did you put in it?

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What is the ambient or outside temp? A drop of 30-40 degrees is considered normal. And did you evacuate the system to remove the air? This is a must to get 100% efficiency. Another cause is too much oil/stop leak/or leak detector can affect efficiency

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