A/C not working right

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Asked by May 23, 2014 at 08:16 PM about the Chevrolet Aveo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Mine will Blow out cold for the first like 5 mins then it Stops blowing cold but the fan is till working . Its just not cold. But if I turn it off & leave it off for a few mins like 5-10 mins it blows cold again . But only for like 5 mins lol . I live in Texas & its hot any idea's ? & is there a A/C filter in the 2011 Aveo ?  Any info / tips /Hints would be helpful . Or if any one else having the same problem .please share .

Thanks. Trish

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system is low on freon , system is sealed and shouldn't leak but you could try recharging it to see how long it will last. I my opinion do not put in a stop leak produce - just recharge and see how long it lasts. You may be able to even find the leak with a little soapy water. OR take to a shop and take out your wallet.

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that 's stop leak product (not produce)

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Hello Trish777, We are sorry to hear that you are having these concerns with the HVAC in your 2011 Chevrolet Aveo. We'd be happy to look further into this concern and reach out to your dealership. Please send us an email to socialmedia@gm.com Attn:Andraya with your contact information, VIN, mileage and involved dealership. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you, Andraya GM Customer Care

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