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Old 07-13-2014, 07:43 PM   #1
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Cabin Air Filter on a Magna

I recently had the dash AC serviced on our 05 Magna, no cold at all, now the best it will cool is 55 degrees, technician suggested I find out if there is a Cabin Air Filter and replace or clean. Does anyone know if there is one and where it's at if there is one?
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:25 AM   #2
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I recently had the dash AC serviced on our 05 Magna, no cold at all, now the best it will cool is 55 degrees, technician suggested I find out if there is a Cabin Air Filter and replace or clean. Does anyone know if there is one and where it's at if there is one?
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You want it colder than 55 degrees??

The "delta-T": (temperature difference between the air entering the coil and the air leaving the coil. of any properly operating A/C unit is ONLY 16-20 degrees F).
75 degrees IN = 59-55 degrees OUT...80 degrees IN = 64-60 OUT... etc.
IMO expecting more is unrealistic.
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