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Q: The HVAC is not cooling the air in the car. Fan works, but no cooling. Can this be fixed by YourMechanic?

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The HVAC system is not cooling the air in the car. Fan works. Heat works. Cooling does not work. Can Your Mechanics fix this or must I take it to a dealership. I suspect it needs an injection of refrigerant.

My car has 285000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: This can happen for a number of reasons suc...

This can happen for a number of reasons such as being low on refrigerant, a faulty AC thermostat switch or a failing AC compressor. We do currently offer services for repairs/inspections of air conditioning systems.

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