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Old 09-18-2011, 06:13 PM
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if the lines were freezing up, and the compressor was making noise, and... you think the compressor is acting up.. chances are thats a good place to start.
A/C won't work for 2 reasons. Not enough Fluid or compressor is shot. Could also be a compressor clutch issue, but they usually sieze, so you'd know that right away because you'd be without an a/c belt.

Anyone else care to add or correct me, feel free.

The a/c shouldnt be related to the truck over heating. If it was winter and you had no heat, then it could be due to lack of coolant because the coolant also runs though the heater core.
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