Question about 2002 Ford Escort
You have probably lost your freon charge. Typically most cars will develop a leaky seal at the fire wall or at other connection points . You can try a recharge kit from an auto store. Most stores offer a can with some form of stop leak that may work for a minor issue. If you use a can with a die marker and you find a leak, you can replace the bad seals/o-ring. Then when you recharge it should hold. Your pump will not start up and engage unless there is a charge in the system. If you charge the system and it leaks out in a couple of days you will have to locate and address the issues before you try again. A dealer will probably charge $100 to test the system. An auto store kit is $35 to $50.
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