Air conditioning.

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  1. Morpheus647

    Morpheus647 New Member

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    Anyone know how much it would cost to have the a/c fixed on a '91 jeep cherokee laredo? Or whats wrong with it..

    When I put it on a/c it blows out air, but the air is not cool at all.
     
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    itsover954 New Member

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    recharge freeon? Condenser?
     
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    CastorTroy New Member

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    Probably low on refrigerant, caused by a leak somewhere. A shop will be able to tell you what it needs and how much, but it can be fairly expensive. Since it's a 91 I'm guessing it uses R12, pretty expensive nowadays, and you'll probably need a new accumulator and possible valves that get blocked by debris from a leak, in addition to a hose/oring/whatever else is causing the leak.

    Have a shop give you a quote, and then see how much to fix and convert to R134, it's much more user friendly and cheaper should it need refilled later.
     
  4. IslanderOffRoad

    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    can vary

    I paid 150 bucks to get mine converted to R134 and recharged... there was a loose fitting that caused shit to leak out

    can go up to $1200 for a full system overhaul if you need a new condensor, compressor, etc.
     

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