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Old 10-02-2011
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A/c issues.

So here is my problem...

My a/c doesn't blow cold, it actually blows heater warm all the time. Now there is enough refrigerant to cycle the a/c but it still blows far warmer than ambient.

Is there an adjustment on the blend door? Or a block for the heater lines?

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It might be the **** that you turn to make it go from hot to cold is broke...Or your AC compressor/condenser is no good. Thats my first thought.

You could try and take that **** off that adjusts the air from hot to cold and try to turn the stub under the **** with a pair of plyers.
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It's not a ****, it's a lever, I have the old style. If I move it to hot it gets hotter. Also oddly enough it's not doing it right now. Then again it's super cold.
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Pull the blower motor off under the hood and look down inside the plenum.Maybe some leaves/sticks,or a mouse house in there holding the blend door open.
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