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I own a 2000 Subaru Impreza Wagon NA. I've been having the same problem you described. Loss of power when using the AC. I also experience a loss of power on acceleration when the engine is running a bit cold. If I warm the car up for about 10 minutes before driving then it works fine but if don't, I get this embarrassing lag when accelerating. *Note, I ...


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Freon fill kits are cheap enough at a NY auto parts store. I would only add freon if there is some still in the system. Even a few ounces of pressure. My experience is usually; loose fittings a Schrader valve where you add or check freon pressure Rarely is it; a compressor shaft seal, but they do wear out after thousands of miles. very rarely a ...


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Cold air means your A/C is working; cold (or hot) air not coming out where you expect it means a problem with air distribution, which in a car that old usually means a failure of mechanical linkages between the control levers and doors that direct air among the ducts.


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This is because bacteria live in your condition system, I'am from EU so I can't recommend you a good cleaner for air condition systems, but I think in any good shop the salesman will recommend. And replace the air filter. It's good sometimes before turn off car turn on heater to max for some seconds to dry possible condensate (where bacteria lives). There is ...


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Yes, if you remove this, you will lose all of your refrigerant. There is not shut off valve. The way it should be done is by a qualified A/C repair person. They will remove all of the refrigerant from the system (vacuum it out), replace the sensor, replace the drier, draw a vacuum on the system, then if no leaks, fill the system again with the proper amount ...



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