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1996 honda accord

I took the car to the deal ship i have no ac leaks, good compressor, and everything. The only thing is wrong is the cable the open up the valve is going bad so i have to open it up with my hand but it still dont get as cold like it should. i wonder is the valve it self is gone bad i never change it and do i have to go under dash to fix the ac

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Try to check at engine bonnet,search for the ac tubing pipe that connected to compressor,check wether has leak or not.

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