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A/c problem dear sirs im facing a problem with the use of a/c . i noticed that after a few hours of a/c work, something like a visible film appears on the windows (inside the cars) and make them blurring. This film get away only when rub it lightly with a water cloth or paper Is something wrong with a/c compessor? does anything toxic or harmfull air gets into the cabin? thanks babis karathanasis a4, 1.6 2000 model

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  • bogs-bab Jul 07, 2008

    what y mean is that i ll have leaking problems inside the car? or just no good air-con working?



    and sorry if i look silly but how do i chek the collan level or the leak place?

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Hi. I hope this work for you.
Check the coolant level. of the radiator or reservoir.
If you note the coolant is loosing. The heater core is leaking.
THis is the common problem of film. that can't go it self.
Unless you wipe with cloth o someting.

And is bad for your health.

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