My 07 chevy cobolt lt coupe has a fairly new radiator. When it was replaced, my a/c stopped working. Do i just charge the a/c or replace the condenser? Ty
Who put the radiator in? Do you think they damaged your AC somehow? There is another AC radiator in front of the engine radiator. Did they both get replaced? Take it back to them and demand satisfaction! Strong women get results
Yah either they bumped the pressure switch wiring or caused a refrigerant leak. If your a/c system pressure is to high or low the a/c will not work. Check the pressure switches on the a/c lines ensure there connected. If they are then yah you'll need a re-charge. I would make the mechanics fix it because this should not happen during a simple rad change.
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