Why does the air conditioning on a Ford Explorer still blow warm air, even after adding freon?
You would probably need to get your head gaskets check on your engine, or get your thermostat checked.
There could be any number of reasons for this. I would suspect the most likely might point to either a leak in the system or a bad compressor.
Most likely you probably still have a freon leak somewhere in the system, but it could be something else. Before you spend anymore money on it, it would be best to take it somewhere, and get a professional's opinion on it. Once you know for certain what the problem is then you can always do the repairs yourself to save money on the labor cost.
maybe the cannister that holds the freon has a hole and needs to be replaced. It's a waste of money to put more freon in there and it has a leak
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