i need a picture of the ac system and how it works for a 2002 dodge intrepid

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Asked by Jul 08, 2012 at 02:36 PM about the 2002 Dodge Intrepid SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the fan is pushing air but it isnt cold and i have filled the coolant up already

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Are you refering to coolant in radiator or refridgereant for your air conditioner system? If you charged your air conditioner, what refridgant did you use? Need a little more info before I can answer your question.

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r134a is what i used

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Here is a couple things to look at. Start you car, raise your hood, and carefully look at the clutch on your compressor. The outside turns all the time, but carefully look to see if the inner portion of the clutch is turning. If it does not, shut engine off, remove the plug that goes into the top of the compressor. With a volt meter or test light, see if you have power going to the plug. If you do, it's a bad clutch, if you don't it could be a fuse, or a bad switch in the dash. Switch in dash, move it back and forth several times and recheck. corrosion may be part of problem.

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how much freon did u add also? ik my compressor crapped out on mine plus i had a leak so i had 4/60 ac tint ur back windows at 5% n get vent shades n crack windows its never hott

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