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Air conditioning keep shutting off - 2003 Jeep Liberty

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  • oceandmnds Apr 18, 2009

    The cool air just stops coming out. The fan is working and everything else is too. I had it to the shop twice but it still has the same problem.

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I had a very similar problem with my Jeep, i had taken it to 3 different dealerships and all of them told me that I needed a new compressor ($900). Just by chance i ran the Jeep over to the local fixit shop and they immediately told me it was the clutch on the compressor. They went as far as saying that they see this all the time on Jeeps and they have yet to replace the actual compressor. We had them change the clutch on the compressor and all has been well since then.

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Start by recharging your system. If you want to do it yourself. Most auto parts stores and hardware stores have recharge kits. Purchase a kit with a gauge to prevent overfilling.

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