Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe
It has too much 134 a in the system. Too much will give you the same result as not enough. You need to let some of the pressure out of the system. When you get it back to the normal level you will want to take it to a service center to have the expansion valve checked or replaced. They will be able to vacuum the system down and take care of it within a day or less.
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