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Q: No cold air from AC

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No cold air from AC.

Hello. This is very common on this vehicle. The most common cause is a bad AC compressor. It is a common failure on this vehicle. I would typically test the pressure in the AC system to see if it is low on refrigerant as that will keep the compressor from coming on. If the system is full, then I would test the voltage at the compressor. If it is getting voltage then I would replace the compressor. If there is not voltage, then the electrical system needs to be diagnosed. If you would like to have this fixed, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your office to diagnose your AC issue.

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