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No AC in the front

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I was getting no real ac in the front of my suburban but AC in the rear.
I replaced the dryer and evacuated the system seems good but what are the pressures? I got 150 hi and 25-30 low.

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The front side is disconnect to the ac, try to re-install the ac.

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