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1995 t100 ac compressor not engaging

The ac fan in the cab blows but the compressor dose not engage. It is charged

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SOURCE: AC doesn't blow cold air on 95 4 runner. Can I check compressor

Well, for one with the truck idling, the RPMs should increase every time that the clutch on the compressor engages. You should be able to see it engage and disengage and the RPMs will change accordingly. If this isn't happening then you need to determine why. Have the A/C blower on low when doing this.

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Sounds like your A/C compressor coil is bad.I would suggest replacing clutch disc,pulley and coil or you can put a complete compressor assy. on which is a little more expensive.

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maybe a bad clutch on the compressor?

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To reset the ac system,remove negative battery terminal for 20 seconds,then put it back on.

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AC dead. at all vents.
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  3. fan actually blows on at least high? to any vent?
  4. does the compressor clutch ENGAGE?
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  2. Check that the radiator cooling fan engages when the A/C button is pressed.
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if you by passed the relay and clutch engaged then this shows that pump works ??but was it getting cold on and around the restrictor valve where the pipes enter the cab is normally a valve block but american monsters use a valve in the pipe for cooling and if its not getting cold their or blowing cold inside cab then system needs re-gassing with R 134 gas if its an older system with R 12 gas then it will need to have adaptors fitted to valve connections and refilled with R134 gas.The main cause of A/C system loosing gas is porosity in the rubber flexible pipes also the back seal on the pump.Or just regass and put a leak stopper in the system

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