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Ac blowing hot air from one day to next and all fuses are fine

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Need to recharge the coolant in the ac compressor, you can now do this yourself go to auto parts store and get a can of refrigerant and the hose to do this real easy and only costs about 30.00 to do yourself. Or make sure you dont have your control set to hot.

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