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FIRST OF ALL YOU HAVE TO TAKE CAR TO DEALERSHIP SO THEY CAN DISCHARGE AND RECOVER THE REFRIGERANT.THEN YOU CAN TAKE CAR HOME REMOVE THE RADIATOR TOP SUPPORT THEN REMOVE CONDENSORS LINES THEN CONDENSOR.GO TO DEALERSHIP TO BUY CONDENSOR LINES ORINGS LUBRICATE WITH R134 REFRIGERANT OIL.PUT NEW CONDENSOR.TAKE IT TO A GARAGE LET THEM PUMP IT DOWN ALL MOISTURE OUT OF SYSTEM CHECK FOR LEAKS THEN CHARGE IT BACK UP THIS WOULD BE THE CHEAPER WAY.
It could be the starter, but first check your battery if it does not have a full charge your starter is not getting enouf power to turn over the engine, If the battery is good then you need to replace the starter somtimes with the starter the problem could be intermitten, for further help feel free to call me at 4196891712 for 24/7 support.
You need to get a mobile a/c person that comes to you or you could take it to your local garage has they need to install the a/c and do a leak check, the a/c is installed by a machine which pumps air con into the system.
With the key in the off position; remove the RDO BAT fuse for at least 10 seconds then replace the fuse; turn on or start the vehicle and try the A/C again. Removing the fuse should reset blend actuators
Sounds like its the blend door actuator has failed or loose or cracked vacuum line going to it. These are usually not fun to replace although I dont know about your specific model, but most that I have seen you have to remove the dash.