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97 nissan quest a/c blowing hot

I recently purchased a 97 nissan quest and didnt need the a/c till now and it blows hot. the thermostat gauge shows the engine getting hot as well when I use the a/c. havent over heated, it does however have a new radiator too.

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Most likely low freon charge.

Posted on May 06, 2010

  • jolynn_93 Jan 08, 2011

    we got a charge and it worked temporarily, than we had a piece of the tubing replaced and again it only worked temporarily.. Soit would only blow hotor so it seemed since it was hot outside, and now it is cold out and is only blowing cool even when the engine warms..

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