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The gauge I got a few years back may not be helping much.
It ranges from about 40 psi to about 90 with the car idling in 87-90 degree weather. And the refrigerant doesn't seem to go into the compressor. This could just be a bad valve... or something expensive.
Haven't measured it, but the air from the vents feels like it's in the 55-60 degree range.
This system hasn't needed service in several years. Always decently cold until a couple weeks ago. But in New England I don't use it much. Was working last fall when I stored the car for winter.
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