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I recharged my AC on my 01 Spyder GT and it worked for the better part of 3 days and then it started blowing hot air again, since then I’ve tried to look for any visual leaks or anything that could be a problem that could cause it to not work and I haven’t found anything to the best of my knowledge...I’m pretty new to the eclipse and was hoping if anyone can help me out here in terms of what to look for or what to replace if possible.

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Recharge the system with refrigerant that has florescent dye in it. Then check possible leak points with a UV flash light. Refrigerant is colorless and odorless gas so you can't see it with the naked eye unless there is a dye in it.
 

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Recharge the system with refrigerant that has florescent dye in it. Then check possible leak points with a UV flash light. Refrigerant is colorless and odorless gas so you can't see it with the naked eye unless there is a dye in it.
Will do thanks a lot for your help
 
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