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1999 Tracker AC problem

Old July 2nd, 2018, 3:30 PM
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Hello everyone. I am new to the forums here and have an issue with my AC System. I have a 1999 Chevy Tracker 4x4 2.0 Liter.
Here is the thing. I have installed a new compressor and condenser. Flushed the system, evacded the system for 12 hours and checked all seals. There are no leaks to be found. I also replace the in cab air filters and filled the system back up with R134a refrigerant to the proper level. Everything is working as it should, (Condenser fan, and compressor clutch is engaging) and I am getting nice cool air. However it will not get cold. Am I missing anything? I am about at wits end looking for the solution to get the AC cold. Please someone help!
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Hello everyone. I am new to the forums here and have an issue with my AC System. I have a 1999 Chevy Tracker 4x4 2.0 Liter.
Here is the thing. I have installed a new compressor and condenser. Flushed the system, evacded the system for 12 hours and checked all seals. There are no leaks to be found. I also replace the in cab air filters and filled the system back up with R134a refrigerant to the proper level. Everything is working as it should, (Condenser fan, and compressor clutch is engaging) and I am getting nice cool air. However it will not get cold. Am I missing anything? I am about at wits end looking for the solution to get the AC cold. Please someone help!
What is your outlet temperature at the dash? Normal is 38 to 42 degrees Fahrenheit. Too, I'd check your heater to make sure it's completely shut off. Might also be your desiccant drier needs replacement as well. Could also be a blend door issue.

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