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Q: AC not working

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The air conditioner in my car is not working.

A: You will need to have your system recharged...

You will need to have your system recharged and have A/C dye added to get this checked. Your system is likely low on refrigerant. Once recharged the system may be tested for any other potential issues. The compressor and system pressures should be tested as well. If you need any help with this, I would have a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come to your home or office to check your AC system and perform the needed repairs.

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