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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you hit the button, does the light come on? If so, and there is no cold air try a freon charge kit with dye in it. These kits are relativly inexpesive and come with yellow glassed and a UV flashlight. Fill the freon and let it run for a couple days. Then using the glasses and flashlight in a dim area, look for splashes of green. THen you can get the oring or what ever is leaking, change it, then have a pro evacuate and re-charge the system.
Posted on Jun 02, 2012
Are you sure you don't have a low battery? have it tested first then check for other problems if the battery tests ok.
Posted on Sep 04, 2012
Hello. Try looking at the black earth that goes from the drivers door and into the A frame which is covered in a rubber sheath. The wire can break after opening and shutting the door over several years and as it's normally the thicker wire is more prone to break. Also check the other wires visually for any chaffing and tugging on each wire. If more electrical parts start failing, air con blowers etc it will be an earth. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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