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Ac will not get cold especilly when the car stops

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One of the first things I would ask you to do is to take your vehicle to car wash. Wash the condensor, the smaller radiator, this is for your ac. Be sure that it is clean and free of dust and dirt. This will help it breathe better. Once you have done that see if it helps any. I would also have the ac checked to make sure you have plenty of freon. It has been very hot the past couple of years and air conditions get used up quite a bit. Just be sure that the freon is topped off. Good Luck.

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