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You probably replace the wrong switch. I believe the high pressure switch is mounted in the back of the compressor. Pull the plug and jump it. If it works, replace the switch. I don't recommend you leave the jumper in the plug. If it the A/C pressure is to high, you could blow lines and such. Costing you a lot of money.
I have had this problem before, In my case i took it to my local machanic and we discovered i had high imput causeing the ac compressor to over charge. and the freon that makes teh cold air, needs to be heated really hight to make the reverse affect of cold air. In return over heating and shutting down blowing hott air for it to cool off. I needed to replace the part that the electrical wire clips into.
The heat is generated by a radiator located in your dash using engine coolant. You don't have heat because the valve that is controlling the coolant flow is closed - either it or the commands that is controlling it are broken - find which and fix them.
Hi, I had this problem in my 2000 Suzuki vitara. Turns out it was an easy fix - something had disconnected under the passenger side dashboard (left side) - used tape to keep it together. I've found out that it can disconnect again if you shift the hot/cold lever from one side to the other too quickly. Sorry I don't know the technical parts behind the solution but at least it is a cheap and easy fix!