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Q: AC not blowing cold air in 1996 Nissan Maxima

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My air conditioner does not blow cold air.

The most common reason for A/C failure is insufficient refrigerant due to a leak. The refrigerant should be checked. I recommend having a qualified mechanic inspect the refrigerant level and A/C unit for any leaks.

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