air condishion great last summer this summer no air so recharged it babm worked great again and 1 day it just stoped i dont want to put more colent in it and blow my conpersser fuse good condencer pum

Asked by Jul 13, 2017 at 07:53 PM about the 2002 Saturn S-Series 3 Dr SC1 Coupe

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Yeah about the only thing I can offer up with your situation is to make sure that the inlet and Outlet hose connections they have these little caps with O- rings on the bottom of them to make sure they stay sealed make sure that the Caps are on tightly all air conditioning systems overtime release refrigerant so you have to recharge them after a certain amount of time that's all I can think of just make sure that the Caps are on tightly if you're getting no air conditioning it's not operating then you might have to go and get it professionally recharged because what happens maybe you put one of those caps on kind of loosely and after recharging it and it was leaking out the cap if it was loose that's the only I could think of good luck.

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