Originally Posted by Bobster999
instead of throwing parts and money at it, why not consider doing an actual performance test on it? thats how professionals actually diagnose the actual problem. using the mindset of replacing all parts til it works is foolish and costly. not that i care cause its your money. heres a clue, connect gauges to AC system, run engine about 1500 rpms for about 15 minutes with AC on of course. keep windows rolled up and dont be sitting in the sun. by using the outside temp. , the high and low gauge pressures and the center vent temp, this is how a professional diagnoses the problem.
I would and I will it's just that for my ac system being 12+ years old and never ever needed freon or to be serviced needs a rebuild to hopefully last another 12+ years I already got my 2 main corporates my #1 my compressor is just weak and #2 my condenser is beat up due to highway debris