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I had my system cheecked and and recharged a month ago.my brake booster went out i changed it and now my compresor is kicking off and on and the line's feel hot and no ac.help! lol

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Take a look around your brake booster, and check if a vacuum hose snapped off. If all vacuum hoses and wires appear to be in place, check the charge on the system, and take it from there.

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