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    fredsmythson
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    I have a 2007 Focus that has working AC, but I think the vent temp is not cool enough. The AC does cool the interior, but I can tell when driving that the vent temp should be colder. I put a manifold gauge on the AC system to check the numbers:

    Outside temp: 100 degrees F
    Engine idle: 900 rpm
    —–
    STATIC READING/AC OFF
    Low side reading: 97 psi
    High side reading: 98 psi
    —–
    COLD ENGINE RUNNING
    Low side reading: 42 psi
    High side reading: 230 psi
    Vent temp: 63 degrees F
    —–
    WARM ENGINE RUNNING
    Low side reading: 48 psi
    High side reading: 240 psi
    Vent temp: 65 degrees F

    I noticed that the high side gauge needle was fluttering quickly during the reading. Any ideas on how to get the vent temp colder? Thanks!

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