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    Re: AC Not Cold Anymore??????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Evo8
    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 FEVER
    Over time things can come loose and start rubbing. In a perfect world it wouldn't but we all know that's not so. Figure I'm not telling you something you don't already know though.

    I know mine was rubbing a bit on my LICP after I installed it. Took care of that quickly though.
    I agree over time things break wear out get loose etc.... but on an 06? something seems to be missing from the equation here...why would he remove the wheel liners? just to put some near stock size tires on? you could have just trimmed them back...maybe something flew up in there and made it come lose or it made a leak? maybe the last person to work on the OPs car didnt replace the proper fasteners clips etc? I havent had any sort of problems with mine... My AC still blows as cold as it did when I bought the car 3 years ago.
    Didn't read the earlier stuff or else forgot about it HAHA!!! Anything you mentioned is suspect.

    On the A/C note you say yours is cold I have ALWAYS been underwhelmed with the Evos A/C. It cools the car but it isn't Arctic like a lot of vehicles. Having the condenser behind the IC I'm sure has a LOT to do with it.

  2. #22

    Re: AC Not Cold Anymore??????????

    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 FEVER
    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Evo8
    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 FEVER
    Over time things can come loose and start rubbing. In a perfect world it wouldn't but we all know that's not so. Figure I'm not telling you something you don't already know though.

    I know mine was rubbing a bit on my LICP after I installed it. Took care of that quickly though.
    I agree over time things break wear out get loose etc.... but on an 06? something seems to be missing from the equation here...why would he remove the wheel liners? just to put some near stock size tires on? you could have just trimmed them back...maybe something flew up in there and made it come lose or it made a leak? maybe the last person to work on the OPs car didnt replace the proper fasteners clips etc? I havent had any sort of problems with mine... My AC still blows as cold as it did when I bought the car 3 years ago.
    Didn't read the earlier stuff or else forgot about it HAHA!!! Anything you mentioned is suspect.

    On the A/C note you say yours is cold I have ALWAYS been underwhelmed with the Evos A/C. It cools the car but it isn't Arctic like a lot of vehicles. Having the condenser behind the IC I'm sure has a LOT to do with it.
    u must overheat a lot.. mine freezes me and if its on my feet my toes are numb after awhile
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    I think that repairs will help with this question. Trust my experience that it is better not to check anything yourself. My uncle once decided to see for himself why the air conditioner stopped blowing and why warm air was blowing instead of cold. I immediately thought it was a bad idea, but my uncle wasn't interested in my opinion. Then I decided to contact A/C repair services without his knowledge. I asked them if they can help me in any way. As it turned out later, the air conditioner just needed to be cleaned. Therefore, it is always better to contact professionals.
    Last edited by LisaHamiltonEu; 08-13-2020 at 01:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaHamiltonEu View Post
    I think that repairs will help with this question. Trust my experience that it is better not to check anything yourself.
    Good guess that it's no longer an issue since the last post on this thread was almost 13 years ago.
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