Question about 2004 Ford Thunderbird
From reading an extensive list of people with this problem it can be many things. You may need to have the AC system recharged. There is a recharge post on the passenger side and on the driver side. One of the valves necessary for recharging is right up front on the passenger side. The other recepticle is under the car midway on the drivers side. One thing you should try before assuming this is to cycle the temp. control to maximum and minimum. This may help get the system working again. If not you may need to take it to a service technician that is A/C certified to help you out. If you have further questions or concerns please let me know thanks, Midwest-tek
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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