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Low A/C refrigerant and service A/C soon messages are coming up on the driver information center display, after completing the R-12 to R-134a refrigerant conversion...more

It's a Camaro with a 2.8-liter V6. The air conditioning doesn't work and the owner is looking for a bypass switch to shut it off, or turn it on and recharge the system...more

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Since I'm an electrician not a mechanic I figured I might be able to troubleshoot the problem. All fuses seemed to be ok by sight and checked good with my meter...more

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Sounds like a very common A/C situation. There's a small leak of refrigerant (R-134a) in the system, and you lost most of the charge over the winter months...more

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Mechanic said the pressures were within specifications. I've had this car for a long time and I know it was running much colder until recently...more

Cooler and warmer air coming from the left, right and center ducts may be the result of an inadequate level of performance from the air conditioner's refrigerant system...more

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I'm having a tough time trying to get it out. What would be the best route to get the condenser out? Also, can you give me some tips on how to charge the Freon or R-12...more

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