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Mas kabisado mo to. Parang expansion valve or a leak/clog somewhere.


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    Louie Role Jul 29, 2008

    Premium Problem to bro...

    I recently acquired a 94 splash 2.3, we recharged the ac and it came off and on about 3 times within a few seconds and will not restart, even after additional recharging, checked the fuse and relay all appear to be working, what do you think could be my problem.
    the compressor kicked on about 3 time for a few seconds when we first put in the can of r134, then stopped and will not kick om again, I do not know how to check the compressor, please advise

    while the system was being recharged we also noticed the gauge would start out as full and slowly drop to the bottom.

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    Louie Role Jul 29, 2008

    Batangas, and you pls?



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Anong unit?...di na na post yung original postings ..yung history...

di ko alam kung saan ako mag start...


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  • francis rivero Jul 29, 2008

    pre, nasagot ko na...malaki leak nun kaya nawawala kaagad ang freon...tnx ha...

    taga saan ka dito sa pinas?

  • francis rivero Jul 29, 2008

    talaga ha?...taga batangas city mrs ko...dito ko sa olongapo...ano yahoo name mo?..dun na lang tayo mag chat... ako drcool299..pag nagkita tayo dun. dun n tayo kwentuhan...

    taka ako bat bumaba na nanaman rate rate mo pala ako ng helpful...hehehe sana ni rate mo ako ng fix ya...hehehe..para tumaas rate natin...

    ok,,chat you later...


  • francis rivero Jul 29, 2008

    tnx. bro...



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