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I have a 2004 VW Beetle. The air conditioner stopped blowing cold air last week. When I turn on the ac it still ingages but it doesn't blow cold. So I am thinking its probably the freon, But I don't know how to check the freon. Can you help me locate where to check it or if there could be something else I need to check. I have read online on about checking fuzes on the battery?
June 4, 2012.
June 4, 2012.
You need a manifold gauges to check the high and low pressures-you hook up at the low side port
Dunno exactly on yours but normally placed in between the compressor and the evaporator-sorry
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