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Yes I recharged my freon after replacing the a/c compressor and dryer unit

Also replaced the relay for clutch. It seems that the clutch is woring fine kicking on took in all the freon when I started to recharged she kicked in but still blowing hot air. It seems like heater control valve is not doing what it supposed do, or maybe a vacum leak, or even possibly a climate controller. It seems that as soon as the cool hits the opening point on my thermostat she blows even hotter.. can you call me at 434 996 9991 ?
Joey Dee

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  • joey-dee71 Jul 28, 2008

    I havent replaced the heater control valve as of yet, but I did feel a pulsating effect when I touch it , kind of like it was trying to open or close, but kept opening and closing over and over. thatsa one of the reasons I blv it might be bad. as far as new or original I couldn't tell it was like this when I bought the car..I'm almost positive its either that or a climate control, or again a door flap not closing or opening when it supposed to.

  • joey-dee71 Jul 28, 2008

    I raise 6 kids , thats why I'm fixing it myself, I do mechanics but don't read schematics but If I'm lead in the right direction I can do it. is there a way to by pas either or both of these items?

    I a;ready had the climate control out of the vehicle looking for burn spots in the sioder, and or any blow parts. there was a relay in back of the controller, I wonder if that could be the culpret there was 4 prongs to that 2 copper and 2 aluminim, i could be wrong but I'm going to pull that cover off that relay and try that. be right back



  • joey-dee71 Aug 03, 2008

    I put the lower control arms in with ball joints got the radio working alarm working but still haven't fixed my ac problem

  • joey-dee71 Aug 04, 2008

    still nothing is this site bull... or what I paid good money for results instead I get nothing that sux...

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Sorry joey, as much as i want to help out, i won't be able to call you because i am overseas. but if in case, i will get as much information about your car issue and i will post it right away for your reference.

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  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    your heater heater control valve is it an OEM, or a regular aftermarket replacement?

  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    exactly, that was what i was thinking, climate control and / or heater control. BTW have you tried taking this to a local repair shop just for a quick check-up an electrician will be able to verify both of our theories.

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    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    there is always a work around but it will not be a guarateed fix, heres what i can do for you, i will try to look for the wirings, cross sections and other schematics of your car, then post it too you for your reference. okay? so if in case i will just post it here in our thread.

  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    speaking of that relay, what is it for, a flasher relay, relay for your wiper? where is it going?

  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008
  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    any updates on this one buddy?

  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Jul 28, 2008

    so how is the car now joey?

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