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Ford focus air conditioning

Air conditioning worked perfect last summer not blowing cold this year this car is 2 years old

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  • I8Ford Jun 12, 2008

    I'm also having the same problem. Bought the car in February 2006 and AC worked fine that summer, a little less the following summer, and pretty much non-existant now. With all the problems I have had with this car, I will no longer buy any Fords.

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    Shannon Sorey Sep 23, 2012

    you need coolant the service station adds it or there is also new stuff that on walmart selves that is in car section to make your air work also anti frezze level u need to check before anything helped me

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    When I turn the A/C on there is a loud thumping sound that may last 2-10 sec.

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    is working only on speed one

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    is not working on blower speed 2,3,4

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Just get em re-gassed.I live in Spain and use it an awfull lot and two and a half to three years is about it.

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