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98 Mitsubishi 3000GT air conditioning does not blow cold

I have a 98 Mitsubishi 3000GT and the air conditioner does not blow cold air. I have already tried recharging the freon which only helped a little. What else could be wrong or not working?

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Could be a blockage. Get an air-con specialist to blow the lines out. Check for any leaks from the rubber pipes. The twisting nature of AC pipes in cars can perish and if you have heard a blow out (like a tire blowout) the air con might have blown through a pipe.

Any leaves trapped in the windshield/hood gutter?

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