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No air pushing the air control a lite comes on, but the compressor will not work, no power to the clutch on compressor.

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You may have to get aircon recharged as pressure regulator switch on aircon pump is not allowing use of pump to protect itself.easy test is to take the two wires off the switch and join them if the air con pump works you will need to recharge.Do not leave hooked up as pump will eventualy sieze.

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