Q: Car doesn't blow cold air

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My car does not blow cold air.

The most common cause for your AC not to work would be low or no refrigerant. No system is perfectly sealed. The system needs to be checked for a proper charge. If that is ok, there are many other things to check. The compressor, compressor clutch, related fuses, relays and pressure sensors to name a few. If the system is low or empty, there are special tools to find the leak. If you would like this repaired, consider YourMechanic -- our mechanics can provide diagnostics for your AC issue at your home or office.

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