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Air conditioner compressor keeps cutting on and off - plenty of feron in system - air system not cooling

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    toneman2121 Jun 06, 2010

    did you recharge the a/c system? what is the capcity of refrgerant for your vehicles a/c system? did you check for leaks? a contiually cycling compressor normally indicates low refrigerant.

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Have the system checked with a set of ac gauges,this is the only way of telling if there is enough freon in the system,and what is going on inside the system that is making it not cool,it can be a orifice tube,that is stopped up too.

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