My chevy aveo 2008 will not blow cold air compressor is fine and freon is not lacking. I alrady change the dryer and still dose not blow cold air. Any idea what can be the next thing????? Please help

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Asked by Jul 29, 2014 at 09:42 PM about the 2008 Chevrolet Aveo LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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sounds like the controller on the dash has a bad vaccum valve or it itself is bad too its not opening the a'/c dor and closing the heater off totally or something fell down the vent too,i've found pencils,pens,straws etc in some cars is the the a/c small line cold and sweating and bigger one hot? if not the orifus is not working right!

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I agree with wally,if compressor is on and running properly,you should be able to feel the line,s near the cannister,if they are cool,then check vacume under dash at blower box,vent door is not flipping it over to cool,if you find that is not it,check your orfice tube may be clogged.

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I did the extension valve and still not blowing cold air!!!

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What's next??

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My gages is saying that is over charged with fríon but even input it on a level less it's still not blowing cold air

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