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2002 dodge caravan 3.3 liter v6 ac blowing warm. Refrigent appears ok. have it on 30 psi running. replaced clutch fuse. relay fuse ok. passenger side and rear blows less warm than driver side. Believe compressor is kicking on properly.

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I assume you are charging this unit with cans from aparts store. If so the guages sold in those kits are not the best. That said I believe you are still low on refrigerant. Wear saftey glasses while working on A/C systems, and follow all saftey instructions. Then with a helper inside vehicle, run engine at appx. 2000 rpm. add refrigerant untill pressure stays at 35 psi with both blowers on high.

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