I have the same problem in Tampa, FL. With a black interior, in a
convertible, good air is very much desired. I asked my corvette shop,
Classic Corvettes, about the problem, and basically the answer is that
is all she puts out. The A/C is mediocre.
If you find a solution to this problem, please tell me about it.
tony thomas wrote:
Find an A/C specialist and ask them if changing over to FR-12 might
help. Some sources say it's much better than either R-12 or R-134.
There's a web site that says it doesn't carry lubricant very well. My
A/C guy wasn't carrying FR-12 last year and had no opinion on it. He
kept me on R-12. He's thinking about carrying it next year. Here are a
couple of URLs:
I have a '90 black-on-black coupe in southern Indiana with the optional
A/C package, and cold air is not a problem. Overheating, however, in
90+ weather, is sometimes a problem.
(We also have two Chrysler minivans, and the A/C is much colder than either
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