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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Was told it would preserve the compressor's life 🤷
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    What if I add a thermo switch on the evaporator to make the compressor to cycle on and off?
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Thanks again for the useful information.. one last thing.. the evaporator is supposed to cool down at which temperarure? The expansion valve regulates the evaporator at 6-7 degrees? Right?
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Thank you very much for the clarifications.. 🙏🙏🙏 Need to sort this out now
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    I am a complete noob at this.. any idea of the value that mist be charged in the unit? 🤦‍♂️
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    This being said.. I am thinking more and more about the evaporator expansion valve failing then! Am I right?
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Thanks for the reply.. my evaporator is getting below 0 degrees and freezing up.. What can possibly do this? All equipment is OE and I am suspecting the expansion valve to fail! Any advice is welcomed.. Thanks a lot 🙏
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    ⁹ Thanks for the help.. can you indicate where is the RCV in the Golf Mk4 please? Is it found in the compressor itself? Or is it the expansion valve?
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Good advice.. Will do some more research then
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    Air condition too cold to the point of no air flow

    Hi Oilhammer.. Sorry I am digging up this old post.. I got my A/C compressor reconditionned.. I just wanted to confirm: The compressor is not supposed to cut off if the evaporator temperature drop? Let's say around 4-5 degrees? The problem I am having is that my evaporator is freezing up and...
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    Digital Calibration and Nozzle mounting for Pumpe Duse (PD)

    Hello Drivbiwire Can you give me an email address so I can contact you please. It is very very urgent! Thanks
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