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My 2004 jaguar x type a/c blows cool not cold about 80 degrees.freon is full ,clutch kicks in although I don't hear it cycle on and off, the large a/c line gets cold, condensor is clean of debris,cabin air filter is clean what do you think?

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I don't have a solution but my old 2004 X-type has that problem when the outdoor temp hits bast 85 degrees or so. Will be interested in any fixes... I've had the outdoor thermometer changed and freon refilled, etc. but having the same issue...

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