Can I get a bit of detail? Have you checked for leaks? Tested refrigerant charge? Count the time between the compressor first starting, and when it shuts of, and then starts again, know as cycling? Scanned for B and or U codes? And when you do check this stuff, I would like the temperature and humidity if you can. Low freon charge can cause the compressor to cycle too much, but feel cold, until you get on the highway, then if you drive like me, 65-70 mph, the cooling will diminish but not completely disappear. So the more detail and tests, the more accurate the diagnosis will be.
Thursday, August 12th, 2010 AT 3:38 PM