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Q: Front AC not blowing cold air

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My rear air works fine. My front AC does not blow cold air.

A: Hi there. Lack of cold air is a common issu...

Hi there. Lack of cold air is a common issue for vehicle's to encounter when it comes to the AC. This lack of cold air is due to low refrigerant level in the AC system. An AC recharge would solve the issue that you are having. I'd suggest having a certified mechanic recharge your AC system and inspect and repair any coolant leaks that may be present.

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