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Hi, I'm having the opposite problem as most I've seen. My AC seems to run fine at an idle but when I start driving, it starts blowing warm air! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
 

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The drive belt that drives the A/C compressor may be worn or loose . Also the system may be low on refrigerant. If you have a gauge set, check the high/low pressures; with the engine idling and an outside temperature of around 95(F) and Relative humidity of around 50 - 70, the low pressure side should be around 39 - 48 psi, high side around 195 - 245 psi. . If you don't have a gauge set or don't know how to do it, then have an A/C shop do it.
 
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