Q: Front AC not working

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The front AC in my car is not working.

Hi. Sounds to me that the actuator for the AC is not functioning properly. I recommend having a mechanic properly inspect and diagnose your AC issue. They will be able to let you know what replacements and repairs need to be made for your AC.

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