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Hard4unot2
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PostSubject: HVAC Isssues - No Cold Air   Sun Apr 19, 2015 10:20 am

Hello Fellaz... So over the Winter I had heater work done - Blower Motor, Heater Core and at least one Blend Door Actuator (1995 Supercharger). At some point during that (I think when they removed my Dash for the Heater Core) my Unit stopped blowing Cold air. So I did my due diligence and came up with the Ambient Air Temperature Sensor and sure enough that made my Compressor engage and my inside thermostat to once again display the correct outside temperature... however... still no Cold air! By the way, last week I did the Recharge because I was hopeful that's all I needed...

What should I try next? I know there is an Actuator that requires Dash removal and I really don't want to go there!
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PostSubject: Re: HVAC Isssues - No Cold Air   Sun Apr 19, 2015 11:02 am

I would bring it back to whoever you paid to replace the heater core. I would think that something they did has affected your A/C system.

It can't hurt to ask them to have a look and fix it if it's their mess up.
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PostSubject: Re: HVAC Isssues - No Cold Air   Sun Apr 19, 2015 11:24 am

My exact sentiments... though I know he will swear it wasn't him... I think I have no choice since he may best know the mess...
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