More than likely. Ensure the outdoor unit is running and that the compressor is running. Also check your filter.
it simply means you have to add freon to ur air conditioner....you can buy freon at any auto parts store.
if the compressor is Running you are low on freon, if its not then you have a electrical problem
If your air conditioner blows air but it's not cold air then you probably need freon in your air conditioner
Check the temperature control cable
Low on freon, a weak compressor, or a restriction in your metering device.
Compressor not running?Heater control in heat position?
First check to see if the system has freon in it and if not then you have a leak but if it does then you will need to check the electrical for the a/c system.......
If you are talking about removing the freon in the a/c system then you will need a freon reclaimer.............
you would need to add freon
Freon is added to a 1990 240sx by connecting a Freon source to the low pressure side of the system and allowing it to pull in Freon. This is done with the vehicle running and the air conditioner blowing.
Answering "Where do you add freon to your air conditioner in your ford ranger?"
you need 8.00 oz. of oil and 2.25 lbs of freon
Freon is too low, or too high.
You will need a Freon recharge kit. Connect the hoses of the recharge kit to the ports on top of the air conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor.
my air conditionel is blowing hot air what i need to do how i put air in my home window conditional
Blown fuse? Freon leak? Suggest you take it and have it checked to be sure.
you might need freon in the air condition.
You might need freon
out of freon
An Air Conditioner needs the Type of "Refrigerant" that is stated on the (Identi-Plate) usually located near the condenser.
you use freon to cool your car and make the air conditioner work
I have a 1989 Chevy Cavalier, and I need to know how to put freon in to use the air conditioner in my Cavalier. Right now it is blowing hot air, would like cold air. Please help me.
The refrigerant (freon) in any air conditioner should last the life of the unit. If not, you have a leak.