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It may just be low on refrigerant. There is a low pressure switch that prevents the AC compressor from coming on when its low on charge.
The first thing you are going to have to do is get a set of AC gauges and connect them and see what the pressures are. Can you go to a parts store like autozone? They have them to loan for free.
They dont test it for you but they have the gauges so that you can test it yourself if you are comfortable with that. it is a bit complicated but if you had the gauges connected and check the pressures it will tell us if its low. Otherwise you will need for a shop to test the AC pressures for you.
Call them ans ask them if they have a loaner set of gauges if you want to do the work yourself and let me know.
Yeah, thats what they usually say but they will refund your bucks.
Be sure to get a couple of cans of charge while you are there. if we dont need them you can return them.
take your time and let me know when you are ready.
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