Question about Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
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It could be a vacuum leak. You may do a simple test by applying soap suds on the vacuum hoses and joints to test if there is indeed a leak. You may have to open up the dash and inspect the evaporator (inside part of the AC). Check if the 'doors' for the air are moving correctly when you switch from heat to AC. Some cars apply this technology. Inspect the inside for dirt. You may need to take out the fan and the coils inside for cleaning. I recommend pressurized water for these parts. Check also for loose cables. If these cheap solutions did not work have your system tested. You may need to recharge your AC with new coolant.
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