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I actually had the same problem last year.. The high pressure hose is right in the front of the engine, on the right when you open the hood. My mechanic gave me a pair of goggles and a UV light. He showed me exactly where the leak was coming from. This repair cost me 220 with the part and the freon to put back in it. This would not be the thermo control amp.
The amp tells the compressor when it needs to turn on, it has nothing to do with the freon level. The high pressure hose seems to be a problem on the X-terra from what I have read in other forums. Get that fixed. The thermo control amp will give you ice cold air and the blow warm air intermittently when it is bad.
I hope this helps.
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