2001 Infiniti G20 A/C problem

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Asked by Sep 08, 2015 at 12:22 PM about the 2001 INFINITI G20 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Trying to diagnose my 2001 Infiniti G20 A/C issue, heres the details:
-A/C Blows warm air
-2yrs ago had system flushed, checked for leaks (got a report of no leaks),
and refilled---super ice cold air for about 1 week and back to warm air
-Refilled with a can bought from Walmart, Cold air for another week, then
back to warm air.
-Checked pressure in low side, near zero
-To test if the compressor was good, I added just enough R134 to the
system, and it did kick on, no squealing or lock ups

6 Answers

109,615

You have a leak in the system and you will continue to leak refrigerant. You will need to find the leak, make the repair and recharge the system..

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109,615

You can us this dye to find the leak...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x18WHe-ZCY0

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Thanks, that is what I figured, though weird it passed the leak test at local maint. shop. Hmm, guess I will leak test myself.

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109,615

You're Welcome...

19,810

If it is taking a week to leak out you can add some 134a freon stop leak from auto zone. Put some in my friends vehicle and it had a leak that would only last about a week when charged put in stop leak at beginning of summer talked to him a few days ago and he said it is still cold.

Check the o-ring while car running fill with coolant, have a spray bottle of water ready and spray amongst the hosing and compressor area, if within the hosing that connects to the compressor, most signs of leakage comes from the o-rings.

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