Question about Jeep Liberty
Sounds to me like your refrigerant has leaked out. The AC system is sealed and will never blow warm if it never leaks. So you will need to put some dye into the system and look for the leak. Once it has been found you will have to discharge what might be left in the system into a tank and then repair the leak. Then you will have to put it under a vacuum for at least 3 hours and this will tell you if the repair worked as well as remove all the moisture from the system. If the repair was a success then recharge the refrigerant and enjoy the cool air inside your vehicle.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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