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A/c compressor clutch is not engeging

There is no power going to the compressor plug. What are the possible causes?

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  • Tony Dec 14, 2012

    There is power going to the relay, the relay is new, is there anything in between the relay and the compressor that could be the problem?

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I had the same problem just run a toggle switch then when u want u ac clutch just flip the switch

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