Does anyone else have a problem with the air conditioning on these cars not being as cool as it should with freon in specs and all appearing to be good in the system

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Asked by Jul 25, 2007 at 12:15 PM about the 2002 Chrysler 300M Special

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hi Joel, I've searched the internet extensively and have not come up with a difinitive answer to your question. Those that have had A/C problems seem to have terrible problems, but others have no problem at all. I would suggest that you have your compressor clutch checked - it may not be engaging completely or at the appropriate times. Good luck!

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check your high speed cooling fans, these cars are equiped with lo/high cooling fans, if the low speed are working the car will usually not run hot, but they cannot cool the a/c coil sufficiently to operate properly. do you get a slight rise in engine temp after the a/c runs for a minute or 2?

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