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I have a 2004 Tailblazer with the rear A/c unit.When I turn the truck on it makes a clicking noise for a few minutes then stops. It will blow air but its not cold,I un hooked something back there and the clicking stopped but I dont know what it is

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Probly need a new compressor or the vacuum lines are messed up-whens the last time u had a recharge

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