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1999 Yukon AC not working

I just changed the AC Compressor in my 1999 Yukon, also recharged the freon, but it is still blowing hot air what can the problem be?

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Does the condensor get wet or frost up?? and does the AC vent drip when the AC is on. My thoughts are maybe the blend door that switches from the heatercore to the evaporator is jammed or the moter failed. Also did a shop do the recharge, ??

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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