Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Since the jeep was new, the AC has never been very COLD when on REC, and on HIGH. And, on a hot day, you can drive for a long time before you remotely feel relief. I have a Dodge Dakota, and it had the AC repaired by a Special AC shop, and it now blows COLD air, and cools much faster than when it was new. So, what could possiblily be wrong with the design the Jeep uses with its 2004 GC? Oh, by the way, I recently test drove a 2008 Commander, and the AC in that vehicle was just as bad.
I'm reluctant to say that the AC is low on charge since it has been poor since new.
Our Jeeps seem to do well when all is right.
Since we have a family 'fleet' of vehicles, I bought a refill kit from the local NAPA auto parts store (on line too) that has a gauge to let you know if the low-side pressure is OK. This is an indicator of charge.
It works well and the cost for the assembly was ~ $18.
That and a can of refrigerant restored the popsicle-making capability on our Subaru Outback in about 15 minutes.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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