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post #31 of 36 Old 06-03-2003, 04:03 AM
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Here is my first Querry I have a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 and I'm having A/C problems. I recharged the system the first can did not do the job so I applied another and the guage read 0 nothing and when I turned on the A/C it started making a strange sound from the compressor and then there was an intermittant spray and popping sound coming from the 2 suction inlets on top of the compressor and there is no cold air inside the cab and when I would turn the fan switch off and on a few times I would get some cold air, any answers for me out there. I would highly appreciate any help at this time. Thank You
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Here is my first Querry I have a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 and I'm having A/C problems. I recharged the system the first can did not do the job so I applied another and the guage read 0 nothing and when I turned on the A/C it started making a strange sound from the compressor and then there was an intermittant spray and popping sound coming from the 2 suction inlets on top of the compressor and there is no cold air inside the cab and when I would turn the fan switch off and on a few times I would get some cold air, any answers for me out there. I would highly appreciate any help at this time. Thank You
Are you running the A/C while you are recharging it? It sounds like you didn't do that. Turn the car on, turn the A/C on to coldest setting, connect bottle to low pressure line and release refrigerant into the system. It will take about 10 minutes.
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thanks for the tidbit but unfortunatly i was running the A/C while i was recharging and set at the coldest setting on the temp. any other ideas Would a blocked orifice tube be the problem?
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heres the thread i started about my problem maybe this can help u
http://www.b15sentra.net/forums/showthread.php?t=164392
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