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A/c blows out hot air and the a/c is full of freon

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Are the a/c pipes cold? if they are,then the problem is in the actuator door assembly that is not letting the cold air in to the cabin.
the auto climate controller drives a motor to open the door.
it is common for the motor to go.
it is expensive because of the location in the dash, to repair.

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