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Old 05-26-2017, 10:16 AM
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That's not a lot of miles and would definitely be an early compressor failure.

Even if your fan was to blame the aircon would still be cool at highway speeds. So I'd be leaning away from the fan itself as the cause for no cooling.

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Originally Posted by upallnight View Post
What missing after 4 pages on this problems beside the pic of the "Hot Wife" is the low and high side readings of the system. Unless the OP can provide us with this info, my advice is to take it into a AC specialist. Better than just throwing parts at the problem and hoping that will fix it.
^What he said. The line pressures are going to fill in many of the blanks here.
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