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The clucth in my 97 taurus keeps trying to kick in ,how can I fix

I was told it was low on feron ,what type is in the taurus

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    David Johnson May 11, 2010

    Hey, if you need help you should at least be able to be a little more specific, I am assuming your are talking about your air conditioner compresser?

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The a/c clutch should cycle on and off 4 to 7 times/miunte depending on air temperature. if it's cycling n & off several times/minute, you are probably low on R134a. Add a can to see if the cycling lessens. get a hose kit with a gauhe on it that tells you if you are getting overcharged.

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