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Needs gas its low ,this model needs 700grms of gas to function

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the system is under pressure caution if you are not ac certified i would not mess with it. adding gas when not needed will cause compressor failure and may even blow hoses, be careful.

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Idea 1: The clutch in your ac compressor could be out.

Idea 2: The ac compressor isn't getting any power. Use test lights on the connectors to the ac compressor to make sure it is getting power. (Test this before trying to change the ac compressor. It is way cheaper to fix a connection than to change the compressor.)

NOTE: ac compressor clutch is not available seperately for this car at discount auto parts stores.

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