Question about 1999 Volkswagen Jetta
If you know the system has the correct amount of freon and it does not blow cold usually this means that the accumulator, or sometimes called the drier bottle is full of moisture. They only hold so much.Yours being an older car it happens.In which case the accumulator must be replaced with a new one. All freon must come out to releave the pressure. The drier must be replace with a new one,includeing the orings or seals that seal the drier, then the system should be evacuated with a vac. pump and reduced to negative pressure. It should hold this neg. pres. for a few hours to show if the system has a leak.Then new freon added at the exact proper amount for that car.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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