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I have a 2001 volvo s60 and for awhile the outside temperature was showing minus 30 degrees or so,and the ac was blowing hot air,so I replaced the ambiant air temperature sensor,as I advised,but it's still blowing hot air. can anybody help me,please ?

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Got the same problem and my mechanic ask me to change the magnatic coil inside the compressor. The problem solved.

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