Air conditioner: Cold lines, but warm air

Asked by Feb 22, 2014 at 12:54 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The air conditioning on my 2006 PT Cruiser is acting funny.  The line off the condenser is ice cold like it should be, but the air blowing out the vents is not cool at all.  It's blowing plenty of air, just not cold air.  What might be going on here?

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Orfice tube, or expansion block needs replaced both are in same spot follow the lines to the fire wall pass side you will see a silver block w a wire connection. Expansion block. If you are not familiar w a/c this is NOT a job for you as serious personal injury can result (frostbite) suffocation from the gas in a enclosed setting. Not to mention the pag oil will make a ginormous mess.

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I have 2009 PT Crusier and ac not working ,I bought it second hand the guy told me you can fill up the gas. I thought would be that easy ,any way ,when is cold heat works perfectly but now is summer and don't have AC cause not working. please help me. Thanks so much

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I have a 2007 pt crusier the air conditioner blows but its hot air had feee on put in it well the air contioner hose is warm outside whats wrong there

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