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2003 subaru legacy the air conditioner does not emit cool air, is there a test to tell where the leak is?

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Look to see if the front of the compressor under hood is working when you switch it on and off,if it is you need to get the system leak tested,not really able to do at home though,it may be the compressor isnt working through a fuse or switch fault

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