Q: Q: AC not working.

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My AC is not working.

Hi! There are many possible solutions to your concern. The system is not working is a little vague as there are electrical and mechanical aspects to the air conditioning system. A bug as simple as a blown fuse or low charge can stop AC function. Have a certified mechanic, like the ones at YourMechanic, inspect the A/C to help you get to the bottom of your concern.

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