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Old 08-24-2016, 12:47 PM   #1
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Unhappy Front air Dash A/C N/W

2002 Beaver Contessa Magnum Front Dash A/C . . .
Will blow cold for minute , then Shuts Off , wait a few Minutes and it will come on but for a shorter time ? Worst Part is Don't even know where unit is at ?
OR how to get to it ?
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Have you tried filling it with r134a? If it's low the pump will short cycle. The new cans you can buy have a gauge on it so you can see how much pressue you have inside the system. I just replaced my ac compressor and refilled it with refrigerant.
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Have you tried filling it with r134a? If it's low the pump will short cycle. The new cans you can buy have a gauge on it so you can see how much pressue you have inside the system. I just replaced my ac compressor and refilled it with refrigerant.
To old racer from Old Street Rodder I have not Found where The Thing Is

I would Guess The Compressor is on the Engine But that's under the Bed

Don't know what's Up front Or even how to get to it ?
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