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2003 sebring a/c problem

A/c wont cycle in checked low pressure switch cant find high pressure switch freon is at proper pressure

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Check voltage directly at compressor if no power needs compressor. how did you check low pressure switch?

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Low freon will cause the compressor to short cycle, when the compressor runs the pressure in the low line is pulled down and the low pressure switch turns it off. Not running the pressure builds up and turns it back on. In the old days there was no low pressure switch, with no freon to carry the oil the compressor was destroyed.

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ur high pressure switch is kicking ur compressor off,legally by law u need to have ur system evacuated then re charged,, u cant put any more in if system is full,,,u have to let some out,,how u do that is up to u,,u should find out how much the system holds,,sometimes there is a 134a\c sticker under hood or on passenger side strut tower that will tell u,,,drain it completely,,then ad the proper amount,,,,hope it helped,,

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Sounds to me like its simply ran out of gas!, get the system inspected, the clutch wont engage if there is no pressure in the system, hence the switch problem.
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