air conditioner

is there a filter or two -for air intake with the air conditioner-have a 99 dodge caravan My van has 94,000 air conditioner is not as cool as once was but still
pretty cool thanks Michael
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Have you ever had your system recharged?
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I would start there. If it is not cooling well, but it is moving the air, more likely you need to have it charged. With it being a 99, it should be a R134a system, which you can buy a can of with a hose and pressure gauge at any auto parts store or Wal-mart for under 20 bucks. It is real easy to do, just find your low pressure fitting and follow the instructions.
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This is not always the best advice. If the compressor is cycling fast then there is a chance that the refrigerant is low but if it isn't, he could make it work even worse by overcharging and could get himself hurt. It could be the blend-air door is sticking part way open and is adding warm air to the mix or it could be that it is just a very warm day and his memory is slipping on how cold he thought that it was. It could also be that the evaporator or even the condenser is dirty and needs to be cleaned. There are many things besides the charge that can cause this and the easiest thing to do to check is monitor how fast the compressor cycles.
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