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Airconditioning cutting in and out all the time.

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Could you tell me why the compressor clutch is always cutting in and cutting out all the time, and when i turn the heat on the a/c light comes on all the time? Thanks Paul 4.7LV8

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When the heats on defrost it automaticly runs the ac for defrost....... as for the clutch its low on freon

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