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Ac problems (over heating)

My car ac turns on fine but and works good, but on hot days it over heats the car. i changed the thermostat, that didnt solve the problem i changed the ac fan, replaced it with a new one but still did the same thing.. but wen i turned the ac off the tempature is fine i dont know what the problem might be but it mostly makes the car over heats on hot days thats y i have the fan runing nonstop now. but the problem is still here..i dont know

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Did you tried to change the gas? i had same problems but it was the gas, change it.

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