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Old 06-19-2017, 05:37 PM   #1
Sammy Seahawk
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2010 T/C freon blowout after jump start

Something drained my battery. My guess is, leaving a CD in the radio causes a short to pull power while car is parked over night. I just got the car, and did not have a battery failure until I put a CD in it. Anyway, I jump started the car and within 30 seconds Freon blew out of an area on the driver side lower engine area. Maybe a relief valve or at high pressure hose. It stopped, and approx. 15 seconds later more Freon blew out. Now no a/c. I had shop replace compressor and drier. A/C blew fine for 4 days, until my battery went dead after not driving/starting the car a day. I jump start the car and same thing, within 20 seconds Freon blew out. Stopped after 4 seconds of blowing, then blew more Freon out after 20 seconds. Anybody know what the relation jump starting and Freon blowing out is? Additionally, ever heard leaving a CD in the stereo will drain the battery?
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