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Car air conditioning

The air runs cold for about one minute then runs cool for about 3 mins and this alternates back and forth. Any solution to the problem?

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  • riclevy Jul 04, 2008

    How do I flush out the condenser coil? Do I have to flush the radiator also? Thanks for the help



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Sounds like you have to much coolant or to little. but first try flushing out your condenser coil in front of your radiator its the cheapest and easiest. and go from there.

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