Question about 2004 Volkswagen Jetta
My air conditioner has stopped working. The fan is still blowing and the belt is turning but no cool air. I have had it checked and it is full of freon and no fuse has blown. It could be a relay switch or the compressor. Where is the relay switch located on the 2004 Jetta? Could there be something else that is causing this problem other than those 2 things?
It shold be under the hood on the fuse box, but the problem could be the low pressure switch you can get a ship gage from the auto parts and see if is low on freon the car take R134 and you can buy it in put it in your selfit shoul run for 20 or 25 dollars,
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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