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Air conditioning not cold all the time,causing crv to run inconsistant

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Hello there:
you might be low on freon causing the system to cycle on and off you might want to take to a a/c shop to have them check the system it should not cost more than $150 to do a diagnosis and re-charge the system hope this helps you out please leave a review thanks..sincerely D.Jones

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