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    Help, A/C compressor not working

    My A/C stopped working a couple of months ago, right after I hit 36,500 miles on my car

    I checked the A/C fuse and it looks fine. Is there anything else I can try before taking the car to my mechanic.

    THanks,
    Ali
    Thanks,
    Ali

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    A/C compressor will not work if there is no freon. If you have a bigger tmic then it might have rubed through. dealer wants $248 for that hose. I got one used $35. hope that helps. but check you freon leval.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hybrid gti 2
    A/C compressor will not work if there is no freon. If you have a bigger tmic then it might have rubed through. dealer wants $248 for that hose. I got one used $35. hope that helps. but check you freon leval.
    I do have a larger tmic. I had to bend the AC line to make it fit, but that was a while ago. I have to check it out. How do I check my freon level?
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    Ali

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