Question about Oldsmobile Alero
The most common cause would be a slow leak in the system, and Freon
might have been lost, causing warm air to blow. There also can be lots
of other possibilities, air conditioner is a very sensitive system. I
suggest you bring it to a place and have them look at it; if the systems
was not discharged or recharged right after the expansion valve was
replaced, that may be why it is not working correctly.
If the amount of refrigerant in the system is correct, then we suspect the fan controller module is malfunctioning. Or, in some vehicles, the air-conditioning system for the front and rear are both supplied refrigerant from a single compressor on the engine. If this is your system, then there must be some air blockage on the front/rear air-conditioning system.
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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