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Ac shuts down after long drive then ok again

Ac shuts down after long drive then ok again later

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The expansion valve is not working correctly on the a/c system. It is restricting the flow of freon from the a/c compressor to the condensor. So over a peroid of time driving the line will slowly freeze up and stop the flow of freon and the a/c will stop working completely. Will need to take it to a service center to have the freon gas removed and replace the valve. hope this will help you!!!

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