A refrigerant leak is unique in the sense that refrigerant evaporates instantly into a gas once it isn't under the pressure of your closed loop A/C system.. A refrigerant leak can also occur in the A/C compressor, condenser, and/or evaporator – essentially all of the components of your air conditioning system.
You slip into your car, buckle up, turn the key, and switch the A/C fan on high.. Did it gradually begin blowing hot air over a two week period, or did it happen all .
A/C isn't cooling? Troubleshoot these common car air conditioning system problems, including: leaking refrigerant, a clogged condenser, electrical issues, etc.
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Car Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air
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