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#1 jamboken77

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 10:06 PM

My air con has been getting less and less cold over the past month, so I thought it would be a simple job of recharging it. I bought a recharge kit from Halfords after reading good reviews and it saves me 30 over going to a garage. I followed the instructions, but it my air con was showing the correct pressure and said it was filled. Any ideas why it might not be as cold if the pressure is showing as correct?

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 09:11 AM

My air con has been getting less and less cold over the past month, so I thought it would be a simple job of recharging it. I bought a recharge kit from Halfords after reading good reviews and it saves me 30 over going to a garage. I followed the instructions, but it my air con was showing the correct pressure and said it was filled. Any ideas why it might not be as cold if the pressure is showing as correct?

Cheers


simply you need to look through the yellow pages and get a mobile aircon specialist to test the system it could be a faulty pressure switch but it could at worst case be a knackered compressor after the issues i had with aircon on my old car and the expense i deliberately chose my focus without aircon hopefully iots just a pessure switch and not too expensive the specialist will test the system and pin point you in the right direction its the cheapest option


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