I would recommend you call a pro. It probably is low on freon and freon is not a DIY project as you need special tools, knowledge and usually a EPA license to buy it. At that age the compressor could be partially worn out and only a pro can tell you about it properly. If you try remove the fan and break it or cause a vibration you may regret it. An old worn unit will use LOTS of electricity $$ so you may want to have it assessed to find out its condition.