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booyaolian
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booyaolian Feb 22, 4:58pm - #108825 
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AC-not cold anymore

hey guys!

my AC conditioning is not cold anymore

what is wrong with it?
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beans Feb 22, 5:03pm - #108826 
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how old is your car?

you need to refill your R 34? freon R 54? Ugh I forget

do you pull new air from outside or recycle it when you have it on ac?

cuz recycle makes a BIG difference
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booyaolian Feb 22, 5:14pm - #108827 
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Originally Posted by beans

how old is your car?

you need to refill your R 34? freon R 54? Ugh I forget

do you pull new air from outside or recycle it when you have it on ac?

cuz recycle makes a BIG difference


i dont know how to determine if i pull new air from outside or recycle it when i have it on AC

the heater is working. it is just that AC is not cold

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stefanoc Feb 22, 7:56pm - #108828 

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hopefully you got no more freon.
the recycling air is symbolized with a car picture and a twisting arrow inside, while the fresh air from outside is a picture of the car with an arrow coming from outside of it pointing in. take it to ur local mechanic and let them fill it out with freon and test it for a while. if you lose the AC again, then there must be a leak somewhere
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Celica70 Feb 22, 7:58pm - #108829 
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when you have your windows down all the time and dont use your a/c sometimes it will make it not cold anymore. i know a lot of kids never use the ac because they try to save on gas. maybe thats what happened. get freon

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booyaolian Feb 22, 8:36pm - #108830 
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thx for the help guys

can there be another problem that i would have with my AC?
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spaztikid Feb 22, 8:52pm - #108831 
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Originally Posted by beans
how old is your car?

you need to refill your R 34? freon R 54? Ugh I forget

do you pull new air from outside or recycle it when you have it on ac?

cuz recycle makes a BIG difference


wow beans... you know your shit...

its r34 that you need thumbsup
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isaac Feb 22, 9:35pm - #108832 
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gas station can check and fill for you $49 or less, (especially this time of year)

the car's AC works very similar to how a fridge's cooling system works - without any leaks, you can go 10, 15 years (even much longer) without having to recharge the freon in your fridge or vehicle...

you shouldn't need freon unless you have a hole in your air condenser - look at the front of your car and check for any visable damage. The thing right in front of your radiator is your ac condensor...

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