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The A/C of the vehicle trips unusually at short intervals

While driving the airconditioning of the vehicle trips.Even when the thermostat is set on 18degrees the compressor of the vehicle trips causing a short span of low cooling which is actually irritating.Please help.

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Sounds like you are low on refrigerant! Have the system charged!

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