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Its not blowing cold air

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Rear a/c not blowing cold, front works fine.


If the front blows cold it would suggest that the freon level is ok. However, if the freon is low, it still may blow somewhat cold in the front and less adequate in the back. Have you had the pressures checked to verify the charge is ok? Does the rear fan motor work? There also may be a restriction or defective expansion valve in the rear causing little/no freon circulation. Another problem could be a defective/stuck blend door in the rear causing the cold air to not circulate

Sep 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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A/C blowing cold air when car is cold, but clutch disengages when car heats up


Low of freon, have it charged to proper lvls with CORRECT freon/refridgerant

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The freon is fully charged but the air keeps getting warmer until there is no longer any cold air. It still blows air but it's warm. Does this sound like the compressor is bad??


do you have to recharge it after it starts blown warm if so its just got a leak and leaking all your freon out if its holding all freon then compressor must be bad

Sep 14, 2012 | Air Conditioning and Heat for Isuzu Axiom

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2006 magcab ac stopped blowing out cold air olny hot air blows out of vents


check the freon charge for the a/c system to low can shut off the cutch

Jul 13, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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MY DODGE NITRO SLT (ENGINE 3.7) A/C BLOWS COLD AIR INTERMITTENT. I WAS TOLD THAT IT COULD BE MY EXPANSION VALVE OR DRYER. MY A/C BLOWS COLD AIR WHEN IT WANTS TO.


mcdevito75 here, It can also be the need for a charge of freon gas, se your local auto repair shop for this re-charge.

Jun 25, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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2003 Tiburon air conditioner won't blow cold air


Most likely your problem is the same as mine, which means you have a crack in your air compressor therefore no matter how full you fill the freon it will always drain (or blow) right out. Solution - get a new air compressor. Try to find one in a chop shop junk yard type place if you can do it yourself.

Alternate problem - freon can lose its charge. You can take it to just about any auto store and get the freon charged up for about $70. If that doesn't fix the problem it is likely the compressor.

May 28, 2010 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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Air conditoner quit blowing cold air while driving home


you can try recharging the system...it's a fairly simple process and freon can be purchased at any parts store. here is an overview:
http://www.aa1car.com/library/ac_recharging.htm

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Air conditioning in 2000 LeSabre


problem with blend door either stuck or linkage problem

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Duo Therm 13.5K Won't blow cold air?


needs freon. valve must be installed on unit in order to charge. if you know nothig about freon, call a repairman. Check craigslist.com

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2000 buick lesabre 3800 has warm air blowing out two driver side vents in A/C mode, but the two passenger side vents are blowing cold. any suggestions?


I had same problem on 2000 Lesabre blowing cold on passenger and warm on driver. I fixed it by adding more freon even though it had 28 pounds of preasure. Now it works great!

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