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2004 santa fe AC only blows cold for a minute or two, then continues to blow air, but no longer cold....tried refrigerant, but didn't solve the problem....Any ideas?

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I would first make sure you didnt over fill the system, you may have to exvacuate the system and then recharge it, then watch to make sure the cooling fan is colling condensor, if fan is not working that may be the problem,next if fan is working i would check for power at clutch, this will tell you if the clutch is bad or if its loosing power to clutch,you should have gauge to watch the hi and low side preasure readings.

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