Question about Heating & Cooling
Try evacuating the system. Then put the right amount. It may have too much air in the system. This is usualy an indication of either too much charge or undercharged. In an overcharged system, the higher speed pulls the low side further down making it get colder. In an undercharged system, the higher speed is able to bring up the high side more, which also result in better cooling. A properly charged ac in good working condition should be able to keep the car comfortable even when idling, but gets even colder when the car is in motion.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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