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A/C won't work, don't know what to do.

I was driving a couple weeks ago and my A/C stopped working, few hours later my battery died, Got a jump A/c worked again. Started to do it again couple of days later. Replaced battery A/C still won't work. Got refrigerant but don't now how to put it in. Dad tried didn't work.

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Start with having your alternator checked at an autoparts store
there is nothing wrong with your AC system

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