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A/c problems i have a 2003 chevy tahoe and i replaced the compressor, dryer and orphis tube . during replacing parts i heard something like a door close and alittle bit of wind hit my hand from out of the hole that the dryer was screwed to , and when i got done putting everything together i charged the system and everything looked good , but the a/c in the front is not gettin cold but the back is gettin cool but not cold, and also the pipe between the dryer and orphis tube is gettin cold but but not the dryer its self.

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