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1999 Ford F150 AC fully charged with freon is blowing hot air

My 1999 Ford F150 AC has freon but is blowing hot air. What is the problem?

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Blend actuator is messed up, or the part that attaches to the blend door is broken.

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There are few things you need to check out:
1. if the compressor is overcharged it will shut down and you won't get any cool air
2. the thermostat for your cooling system is bad
3. the link to adjust the temperature is too short (did you feel the switch loose when changing temperature from hot to cold)?
hope this helps.

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