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Q: Heater blows cold air

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The A/C won't blow cold air - only hot. What should I do so I can have A/C in my vehicle this summer?

Hello. If the A/C won’t blow cold air, this is usually due to:

It will first be necessary to have the A/C system inspected and diagnosed by a certified technician, like one from YourMechanic, who will be able to pinpoint why your A/C is not working.

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