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THE AC IS NOT WORKING WHEN THE TEMP IS SET TO 60 DEGREES EVEN ON VENT IT BLOWS HOT

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Chances are you need to have your compressor charged with freon. turn the AC on and then raise the hood and listen for a clicking sound while the engine is running. If it clicks several times during a 20-30second span then you are low or out of freon.

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