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Q: Air conditioning has died

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My air conditioning has died.

A: Hi, it sounds like it could be the pressure...

Hi, it sounds like it could be the pressure transducer or a leak in your A/C system.  If the transducer goes bad then it will cause the A/C not to engage. If there is a leak in the A/C system, those will need to be fixed or your refrigerant will get low. I would recommend having a qualified mechanic from YourMechanic to come out and diagnose your A/C issue to make the proper repairs.

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