Question about 1999 BMW 323 Series
I just put a new dryer and compressor on my car it is a 1999 bmw 323i it worked fine and was getting real cold now it isnt could it be a fuse or relay?
Just a guess....it sounds as if your leaking refridgerant gas from your AC unit. Maybe you didn;t need to change the compressor. the leakage could be on either the high pressure or low pressure side....Something that may help is to mix up some soapy water, use plenty soap, then sponge the mixture around all the joints that you can see....go as far as you can and as close to the fire wall between the cabin and the engine compartment....With the AC turned on, look out for bubbles....If you see them, thats where your leakage is.....Hope that this imfo helps you to solve your problem and keep your cool.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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