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    Default Mitsubishi Lancer 1996 GLX's AC increases temp when turned on full

    AOA dear fellows, I have Mitsubishi Lancer GLX 1996 model,, recently i have installed gas in the AC,, but when i started to use it.... it rises the heating gauge upto an alarming extant.. same can b seen in the pic too....but from last few days i am not turning it to full but using it on medium......now every thing seems fine....please bro tel me what can be the issue....? can i use it on full too? is it possible?
    and one more thing.... i want to attach picture of its temperature guage,,, but i could not do that....it give a sign of exclamation?? why what's this issueMitsubishi Lancer 1996 GLXs AC increases temp when turned on full -1171330

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    firstly make sure your condenser is clean and radiator is not clogged, secondly make sure the main crank pulley is not worn out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    firstly make sure your condenser is clean and radiator is not clogged, secondly make sure the main crank pulley is not worn out.
    Xulfiqar bhai i will soon upload pics of its AC and dispenser shispenser ...whatever it called... and u please than let me know what's the actual issue is ... okay..CU soon

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