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Old 07-29-2013, 09:28 AM   #1
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Default So will the Scroll Valve fix my warm AC????

2005 Vue

3.5L

150,000 miles

AC is not staying cold.

Hooked up freon canister, gauge read yellow so it should have enough freon. That was with full AC at ilde, not cruising down the road so I guess the pressure could drop.

Regardless the scroll valve has never been changed. I read the "Low idle AC problems" thread that talks about the scroll valve.

You think mine is due for a change?

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