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I just had my timing belt replaced and the next day noticed that A/C is blowing warm air. It can get a little cool at times, but is much warmer than it should be.

I am taking it back in to the shop who replaced timing belt, but the mechanic is saying that the problem is unrelated to timing belt replacement.

Any ideas on what may have happened? The A/C worked fine until the timing belt was replaced, but now behaves as if the refrigerant is low.

Welcome any thoughts or feedback...
 

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It's possible that the mechanic unknowingly pushed against a refrigerant line and dislodged an O-ring seal. These lines run through the timing belt side of the engine bay. However, if an O-ring was dry enough to be so easily compromised, it was probably close to failure anyway. Such is the peril of working on an older vehicle.
 
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