Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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What are the pressures of the low and high sides? Is the fan kicking on and pulling good air across the condenser? Can you feel the condenser getting hot? How long does the compressor stay on for?
If the low and high sides only have 11 psi then you are low on freon, I suggest recovering the freon and charging it with a/c dye to locate your leak so you can repair it...
Recover the freon you have and charge it with 1lb 10 oz of freon and dye and it will start cooling.. Then after a few minutes I would check it with a UV light to locate the leak..
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