Question about 2002 Mercury Mountaineer
Find the high pressure hose coming from your compressor, it is the small one. Locate the sight glass. It is a small clear disk mounted on the line usually at the refrigerant reservoir.
Start the car and turn on the air.
Look at the compressor to make sure that the center part of the compressor is turning and actually pumping refrigerant.
Look at the sight glass. Do you see liguid flowing with tiny bubbles in it? Are the bubbles large? Add refrigerant just to the point that the tiny bubbles disappear.
If this doesn't do it, you may have a problen at the plenum.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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