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Dealership says some door boken in our a/c but the heater works and air blow out out of our vents, just no cold air... they said it was gonna cost 700 i dont have any help, hubby already has dash taken apart...

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First need to see if a/c compressor is coming on ,then see if if it is check ac level ,but dodges are bad about doors in there system but the ac still blows out somewhere cold

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