AC on 2016 Hellcat not getting cold

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  1. CatOutAHell65

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    I blew a couple fuses plugging a bad converter into power supplies and my ac unit hasn't gotten cool ever since. Any suggestions to narrow down the root of my problem?
     
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    MuscleGarageLA SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Trip to the dealer is on the horizon. Best of luck on fixing it.
     
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    Agree! Under warranty, let the Dealer troubleshoot and fix.
     
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    Warranty is your friend. Don't mess with electrical stuff.
     
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    Unless you know what are you doing lol
     
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    MABBRYFL30 NYS President Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member

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    Fan still works? If ac blows warm with ac on. It could be a refrigerant issue. That refrig is very expense. Sold by the ounce and isn't cheap
     
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    which fuses did you blow? front or rear PDC? power outlets are protected by fuses 12, 38 & 67 in rear PDC. fuse 12 in front PDC protects the A/C compressor clutch coil circuit. did you mess with the front fuses?
     

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