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Old 06-13-2018, 05:15 PM   #4
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Default Re: a/c problem

No grammar police here but punctuation helps separate run on sentences. Updating your profile helps so no one has to play twenty questions with you (year, model, engine, auto/manual, etc).

From the few posts already made, is there a reason you had to vacuum your system before refilling it? Personally, I see nothing that stands out with your numbers. As outside temps rise, inside ac air temps also rise. While I don't like stating this, a temperature differential of around 40 degrees between ambient and inside vent temps is considered adequate. If you see 106F ambient with 56F inside, that's considered great.

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