Originally Posted by Kimiko
I don't know what the problem is at one point the line was cold and was and still is full with freeon and still wouldn't blow cold air only hot. I did some research online thought it might be the accumulator, bought a new one and replaced it now the line is hot and now it's still only blowing hot. Can anyone help me figure out what the problem is. Everything is running I just have no idea what the problem could be as to why it isn't blowing cold air and why the line went from cold to hot.
If you had replaced the accumulator, what did you do with the old Freon? Did you let it discharge into the atmosphere? You didn't mention that you had recharged the system after installing the accumulator. If you didn't then that is your FIRST step. But if you did, did you put in ENOUGH R-134A Freon into the system? Your do-it-yourself kit gauge should read about 35-45 PSI at 75-85 Deg Fahrenheit (ambient temp), but consult with the installation instructions (or your service tech) on what your pressure should be.