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2007-04-09 17:31:41
2007-04-09 17:31:41

Sounds like it's under or even overcharged on freon. Get a cheap gauge, or spend about $70 on a gauge manifold set Make sure the compressor is really clutching in. You'll hear a noticable click and see the hub of the pulley start spinning if you're standing in front of the car with the hood open.

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