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AC is not working and i am ready to charge it but cannot find rear ac lines.

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There are only one set of lines to charge which are the main lines in the engine compartment.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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As for the rear A/C not being cold, it's possible there is a restriction in the rear Evaporator or the rear Expansion Valve. These can be a real bear to work on and diagnose.. it usually comes down to removing the rear Expansion Valve, blowing air through the rear Evaporator lines (to make sure there is no restriction) and the installing a new valve

Good luck, i hope this helps.

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