Having problems with your 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 ?

2001 Chevy Suburban rear a/c warm front ice cold

\015 I recently changed my compressor, accumulator, and orfice tube. Because of a compressor that was shot. but even when it was working the back would not get cold all the time but ever once in a while it would well my new system is doing the same thing it is hit or miss if the back will get cold most the time not. I had a flush vacuum done when i replaced the compressor.the system was sound so it has nothing to do with the compressor or any of the new equipment. If anyone can help me thank you.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 01-03-2021

Answers :

I believe there is a expansion valve located on the back part of the air conditioner on the back right side i believe that could be the problem. I think if I am understanding you correctly, your back air is not as cool as it should be or not cold at all. Might want to check this. If I am not understanding you correctly please let me know again what your problem is.
2001 surburban ac front and rear.."5 time issue" new compressors 3 of 5 times, new condensor, dryer #3, flushed every time, new expansion valve front and rear 4 times, new charge valves last time, cold for a month then hot again..last time rear was not very cold but front was fine, today no cold no where..bought a high end sniffer and found no leaks. HELP!!!!!!!
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