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2003 F250 A/C

Please help. I have a '03 F250 6.0 that I'm still getting to know. The A/C is not cooling as I think it should. It starts out mildly cool and will finally blow air around 60 degrees, but it takes probably 30 minutes or so to get comfortable. Any advice or is this normal?
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Gee,,,,, 7 days and nothing.
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have you tried recharging the system?

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on the ac topic, i noticed something with my truck, when its idling at a stop the air starts to warm up, but once i start driving it cools down again. What the crap?! haha anyone might have an idea on this also? sorry for the threadjack bro.


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