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Old 06-12-2009, 08:50 PM   #5
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Member#: 120002
Join Date: Jul 2006
Chapter/Region: RMIC
Location: Colorado
2000 2.5 RS, '95
Legacy w/325k mi (RIP)


$120 to evac and recharge is dirt cheap. I used to love a/c service, I'd make 2.6 hrs just to hook up a machine and let it do all the work, good times.

You're going to have to hook up a set of manifold gauges to see what is going on with your a/c system, or take it to a shop. A good rule of thumb is whatever the pressure is on the low side is what the temp the a/c system should be blowing (36 psi on the low side roughly equates to 36 degrees out the vents, etc.). If you know for a fact your system is full then it is mostlikely the compressor or the expansion valve.
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