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I had my 2003 Ford Escape air conditioning checked cause it didn't seem to be blowing cold air very well and there was enough refrigerant and no leaks but it still doesn't work well. If there is a Load on the engine at all the air conditioning doesn't blow cold air at all.

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  • cherylray08 Jul 08, 2010

    Thanks I'll try that

  • cherylray08 Jul 12, 2010

    Hey, thanks. We got a can and added it and it has solved the problem. We had previously had the car checked by a Ford Diagnostic test to make sure that there were no other problems. The test showed the entire system running fine but the system was low - the "Jiffy Lube" type place that checked the levels originally was WRONG. So thanks and the "NASA" stuff really works!!

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Try to go to your nearest Walmart or parts store and buy a can of NASA approved Arctic Freeze freon in a 12 oz. can. Install one can of this and your system will get cold 50% faster, and be colder than before.

Most garages will not install this type of refrigerant, because they use regular r134a and **** down the system.

I installed this type of refrigerant in 2 of my cars and am very satisfied with it.

Comes in a can with a hose, or a can that you can use your own screw on hose with.

Good luck with this repair.

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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    Duane Wong Jul 12, 2010

    I'm glad it worked for you.

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