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Q: Air from AC not very cold

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The air from the air conditioner is not coming out very cold.

Hi, I would check the fuses first. If the fuses are good, then I would recharge the air conditioning system. It is very likely that there may be a coolant leak. If the problem does not go away, I would have a qualified mechanic come out and diagnose your air conditioning.

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