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The latest is that the solenoid is back in and the AC calibration comes out fine.
But.... the AC has to be at the very "LOW" setting to provide any cool air. And today is only 70 degrees or so.
It will be no fun in the upcoming hot days of summer if it is to stay this way ad if I'd known I would have replaced the valve as usual.
Anyone got any ideas?
As to MLC's comment (thanks) they said they plugged the vac line as I had asked to do. If that means the one you speak of then were ok. I cannot get over it to check it.
Swedecar had said there was no down-side to the change so maybe there is something done incorrectly but I am not sure how to determine.
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