Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
Airjoc does not have a clue to your problem, I take you want to have warmer air not cooler ac. check the control system, if you have a vacum system tou may have a leak, if it is controlled by voltage, check the control panel and the control box. Also open the hood, place the heater on high but not on any defrost setting preferrably on just the floor setting. Start the engine and see if the ac compressor is running. If it is, the control panel is bad.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Flushing the radiator changing the thermostate and the heater core will not have any effect to the vehicle AC systems to make the AC systems blow cooler air. you need to have the systems check by the AC shop to check if you have any leaks, it may be low on refrigerant and may just need recharging. any ac shop can tell you exactly what wrong with it and what need to be done. You may have a small leak somewhere causing the ac unit to be low on refrigerant which they can put a die in the systems to detect any leaks you may have.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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