I am assuming that you are using a 134A can that you got from a parts store. being a technician, i am going to recommend you take it in to a shop and have them recharge it with a dye. the process involves more than just a recharge, it involves a recycle to see how much freon is in the system and how much is missing. with the dye, you can check it for leaks which can be death to the system. a dry system can cause a compressor to grenade and that will be costly as to you having to replace the compressor, the dryer and get it flushed and recharged.
Thats just me giving you the "right" way to recharge the system. I am strongly against the freon cans sold at auto parts store seeing as to a person does not know how low they are on freon and overfilling the system will cause it to not work as well as having too high of pressure and blowing stuff apart.
Also, one does not know if the clutch is working properly. it may be engaging but it also may be slipping not allowing the compressor to engage right, giving a warmer air coming through the vent.
thats just my two cents.
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Originally Posted by Bwayney
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