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First make sure you pressed the button for the air to circulat internally and the blue air conditioning button is drepressed. If you still don't get cold air,open the hood and see if your ac belt is present. If it is there, make sure it is not slipping. You can mark it with a red permanent marker when the engine is off. If it is spinning make sure the ac clutch is enganging. With your engine on see if the ac clutch on the side of the ac compressor move a little showing it is engaged. It will also load your eninge and there will be a slight difference in speed which you can hear. If all of these are working you most likely need a freeon charge. However, first you will need to check that there is not a leak withing the ac system. This is done by mechanics using a dye. Once the leak is located, it is repaired and freeon is charged into the system. Thanks for using Fixya.

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