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2001 pontiac grand am air conditioner will not get cold but compressor runs

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  • sugababi514 Jan 27, 2009

    This must be a common problem with Pontiacs. My 2000 Grand Prix GTP has been doing it since soon after I bought it. You can feel the air, but it's never cold!

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Have The Freon Checked!. Autozone might do it for free. buy a bottle and they will add it too if your low for free as well.

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