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My car ac is not getting cold. Put in new high pressure hose and fuse.

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Did you also recharge the AC Compressor with new refrigerant gas? If not, that's the problem.

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Hi, There is air trapped on refrigerant line. Please release it and add refrigerant and retry.Check also recommended refrigerant for your air conditioning system. Regards, Jay

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