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Old 06-12-2018, 09:41 PM   #1
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2009 VUE 2.4L
Default a/c problem

hope this is not to long my a/c has been working great around town we went to las vegas Monday on the way up a/c worked fine for about 50 miles them the air got warm for about 45 miles I went into my appt, was there for hours came out started the car and had cold air today we camr home and about 50 in the a/c started to blow warm air we got home anf my gauge reading were 5 lb low and 208 high side I lsft it alone hours later readings were 25 low 165 high I think it is a expansion valve any ideas


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