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Q: Air conditioner won't get cool

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The air conditioning is coming out hot.

Hello. The most common cause of the air conditioning coming out hot is the blend door inside the dash, or low refrigerant levels from a leak in the air conditioning system. A qualified mechanic,like one from YourMechanic will be able to check the coolant level in the air conditioning system and all the external dash components for damage. After locating the leaks, they will be able to make the proper repairs to resolve this issue.

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