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Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am a professional here at Justanswer. Thank you for your question and I will assist you with your concern.Was the system cooling properly before you removed the blower motor?
Okay thank you for that. I would start first with rebooting the system to see if normal operation returns. You can go this by disconcerting both battery cables and touching them together for a few seconds. After doing this, reconnect the cable and retry the AC systems operation. Give this a try and let me know the results you get.
So your sure there was nothing left loose ?
Okay then the next thing I would do is install a set of pressure gauges and monitor the systems pressure just to be sure its at the proper level.
Okay if you sure the system is full and the blower work normally then about the only thing it can be is a program concern and if that is the cases I would have them recheck the programming the performed.
If you have access to a full scan to you could scan the system and see if the computer is detecting any fault and if so there should be a fault code. If you can get me a fault code and have a look for you.