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Recently I purchased a 2002 DII. Within a day or two, the a/c went out (just my luck)! Nevertheless, I took it to the dealer to have the a/c fixed under warranty. It took them two tries and now I think it may be "fixed." My question is, this is my first LR how cold should the a/c be? In the morning and evening, it feels like it is nice and cold, but during the day it's cool at best. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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John
 

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OK, to measure the AC take a meat thermometer and install it in the vents. All AC systems should be around 55 to 50 degrees. This is directly from the vent. if that is what it reads after a while then its fine. alot of conditions can affect what you feel is cold and what actually is. humidity, direct sunshine or not and the speed of the fan.
 
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