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Toyota 2004 A/C compressor clutch seizing

I have a 2004 Sequoia 135015 miles. the A/C light was blinking on the dashboard and the texhnician recommended to change the copressor and relay of magnatic clutch which I did. I travelled for 285 miles and the A/C copressor clutch got burned and brought out black smoke. I bought another rebuilt copressor with new drier and condenser. the A/C worked for an hour and started blinking again on the dashboard, visited the workshop and thwy said that the compressor clutch is seized and not moving. please help me. what should I do.

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Flush system, replace compressor, add proper pag oil, evacuate system and recharge with proper amount of 134a. Run ac and check pressures and operation. Thermal limiter switch operation etc...

Posted on Apr 18, 2013

  • Amin Dayekh Apr 18, 2013

    that was what done before the clutch seized

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