Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
I can not get any cold air even though i have the switch is on cold
Theres probably a leak in your AC coil, get it recharged or if you want tell them the problem and they will probably put the coil under pressure with some leak dye in it and theyll use a black light to find the leak if there is one, most AC leaks take a whole summer to leak out completely so if your broke you could just get it recharged every summer, but if your a do-it-right person then get it fixed!
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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