My A/C recently started getting pretty weak... I had it on full and it wasn't really that cool. would a simple A/C recharge fix that problem?

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Asked by May 29, 2013 at 11:46 PM about the 2003 Honda Accord EX w/ Leather

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Yes and no. It will probably work...for a while. But pretty much the only reason its not working now is due to a leak. AC systems dont require topping off. Theyre sealed and consume no refrigerant. Have it leak checked, or youll go through this every year or possibly even more often.

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Ok, I will go have it leak checked

make sure the accessory belt is fresh and not slipping...much cheaper and easier solution- possibly the tensioner and bearing as well-

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