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1995 ford taurus wagon a/c issues

I just added freon for the summer and it blew cold air for a few days then stopped. There are no leaks, it has full pressure for the freon and the compressor runs. Why is it not blowing out cold air??

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Id say you have to go into it and see. Sounds like the compressor is not running. The small copper pipe should be warm and the big copper pipe cold and wet. Could be anything low pressure switch ,wire off, cap gone???????

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