Question about 2006 Jeep Liberty
9 out of 10 times it is because the refrigerant is low. This means you have a leak and it needs topped up or repaired. It could be a slow leak which can be repaired with a sealant ($250) or if it is a big leak..it will need to be repaired in a garage (roughly $900 and up). If it just started I would say it is a slow leak because it is a 2006, find a A/C guy that does Residential A/C and he will probably be able to help you for $250 (or less) cash - the sealant, refrigerant top up and labor. And remember to get a phone number for the guy in case it needs to be done a couple of years from now. I did this sealant to about 200 cars (1990's to 2007) and have had only 75 needed to be done every 3 years. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
Your A/C probably needs re-gassed, pressurised gas is pumped into a reservoir on your car, it has to be topped up every now and then, and if your pump is working,and its hotair, then this is usually a sign of the reservoir being empty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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