Question about Heating & Cooling
The outside unit is your air conditioning condensing unit, the coolant flows through the refrigeration lines from the outside to the cooling coil inside your air handling unit, the blower in the air handler blows through the cooling coil out into the living area, the air handler has to pull air in from the return air grills, the grills shouldn't be blocked/obstructed, the filter needs to be clean, If the air flow is not enough the cooling coil will freeze and the blower can't blow air through it.
check the a/c with guages again to see if it stil had freon. If it did have a full charge then your issue is electrical or another bad compressor. If it did NOT have freon as indicated by very low or no readings on the guages then you definitely have a leak and a fast one at that. If u cannot see the leak outside the car then it has to be inside the car which leaves only one thing, the evaporator coil. Have him chek the a/c drain tube with a black light for any dye leaking out.
Chek the wirin nd the fuse too.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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