Q: Does the AC system need to be refilled with refrigerant after the cycling switch is replaced?

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I just replaced my AC cycling switch on my 05 mustang because it was not blowing cold air. Does the AC system need to be refilled with refrigerant after this is done because my compressor clutch is not engaging.

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