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I have no cool air from the AC any more . I need to sea a mape for the car AC . Ithink that the miccanecs had done something wrong to the connections . thank you

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Hello, this could be the problem "it's shot of freon, which means you need to refill.
You should also check to make sure the compressor is engaging.
If not,It could be Overcharge,bad compressor,Bad pressure switch,or a few other things.

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