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I have a 2004 mazda rx8 i just got it and the ac blows hot air like i have the heater on do you think it just needs recharged

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It is more than likely a wire that is loose on the back of your ac/heater control. You need to have it soldered or you can do it yourself by taking the dash apart and pulling the heater control out and soldering it yourself...save yourself some money. :)

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Yes possibly but a low pressure sensor might need to be replaced or the dryer and check for leaks prior to charge.

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    No, I would do the test on your ac/heater and see if it is malfunctioning. You will either need to get it fixed or take out the heater control and solder it yourself.

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