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Ac not working right

My ac has been working fine untill 2 days ago is wouldnt come on when i turned it on and i left the fan switch on and i drove about 30 miles and all the sudden it came on. Since then it ussually takes it about 15 to 20 min befor it will come on after starting the car and it dosnt have to have a bump or anything to come on and a couple of times it has worked and then went off and came back on after awile.

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You will need to add some coolant. Most auto parts stores and hardware stores have recharge kits. Purchase a kit with a gauge to prevent overfilling.

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