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I am sorry your having this problem
can you tell me what has been so far to correct this issue ?
will it be colder at higher speeds and warm at idle ?
do you know what the low and high sides are reading with the compressor on ?
those are good enough pressures to have a cold ac
is the temp door moving full cold and full hot ?
can you pull down the system and replace the orifice tube and then pull a vacuum on it for 15 minutes until its @ 30 inch vacuum then fill it back up to spec ?
lets see in another expert has any ideas
hang on another expert will reply back to you
Hello, when you added the oil back to the system how many ounces was it? Also can you tell me the current outside air temp and high and low side pressures?
I'm thinking you may have too much oil in the system. This will cause pressures to read higher when there is actually not enough refrigerent in the system.
Thanks, ***** ***** Gary, I'm also at a loss here. Let me open this back up to other experts and let's see if a fresh look from another can help.
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I have read the responses and may be able to help. Do you have the ability to put the system in a vacuum for 30 minutes or longer? I suspect you have excessive air or moisture in the system and a good evacuation and vacuum may do the trick.