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A/C promblem i have a mitsubishi 01 galant sometimes the air conditioner works fine and sometimes i turn the car on and it just blows hot air. Its either hot air immediatley, then i know to turn a/c off because it won't blow cold, i know this because i could drive around for 20/30 mins and no cold air will come out.

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You may need to have your A/C recharged again which you could get done at almost any place that does a little more than just oil like Firestone.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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Try driving around for almost 4 months and the damn thing wont blow cold. try spending thousands of dollars and it still being broken. and trying driving in florida in upwards 115 degrees with no cold ac everyday. you only have to wait 30 minutes? count yourself lucky!

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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