Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Having freon and having the correct amount are two different things. You need to have a gauge set put on there. Additionally there are far more controls on newer (ones that use R134 instead of R12) air conditioners that all need to be working in order for it to get cold. Most A/C test equipment is expensive and the only real way to justify the expense would be to use it every day or so (as a working tech)
Thjerefore, though expensive, your best option is to have a reputable shop look it over. I definitely do not recommend using any of the sealant laces "repair kits" available either as they tend to gum up the expensive units used at many shops.
Hope what ever the repair is, it's not too expensive.
I can't tell you what is wrong with your unit, but can save you from spending unnecessary $ that won't fix it!!!
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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