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Start by checking the condensor fan to make sure it is running while you have the ac on. If it is not blowing check the condensor fan motor fuse that is located in the totally integrated power module. If the fuse is bad it is most likely that the condensor fan motor is bad and is drawing too much amperage and will need to be replaced. Now I am assuming it has an electric condensor fan motor. Make sure that the condensor is free of debris, a dirty condensor will cause high discharge pressures that will cause poor or insufficient cooling at idle.
from a TSB, wonder if your dash is cracked too? Symptom/Condition:
The condenser fan fuse (#39) in the power distribution center may open leaving
the condenser fan inoperative. This may be caused by a condenser fan with excessive
current draw or by water collecting in a trough in the fan shroud and freezing
in cold weather, which can prevent the fan from turning. This may illuminate
the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL).
ps: the water collecting is because there is no protection in the underneath of stuff in these vehicles....many many documented problems, could be they originate from the cracked dash falling inside or pulling apart and damaging electronics too...
start by cleaning or replacing your in cabin air filter. check to see if your AC condenser fan is turning when the AC is turned on. Make sure the front of the radiator is not clogged with bugs, mud, etc. Check AC compressor relay-make sure the compressor clutch is turning the compressor with engine at idle. lastly check for proper refrigerant charge.
Stop blowing cool or stop blowing anr air through the vents??? If it stops blowing cool air, check if the condenser fan is running (it should be)( on drivers side under hood, looks like a small radiator) if not take a water hose and deluge the condenser with water, if it then cools, you will need a new condenser fan assembly.