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95 Passport A/C problem

1995 Honda Passport A/C not blowing cold. I can hear the compressor kick on, and hear a sound like somethings trying to fill in the dash. I have added freon to to the system, but don't know if I put it in right. Any sugesstions?

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Take it to a mechanic, that is nit something you "try" if you "don't know what you are doing".....doing such things usually gets you a higher bill at the mechanic, and gives him/her a reason to laugh at you....

Posted on Jun 13, 2008


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