Question about 2008 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
I just installed and charged a remanufactured A/C compresser and now its making a constant ticking noise. Its on a 2000 dodge ram. The tech who charged the system said it was a bad reman compressor (piston?) but I didnt hear the niose prior to him charging the system.
He's probably right. You wouldn't hear it before he charged the system because the clutch won't engage unless the pressure switches indicate a proper charge. Also, those things need oil. There's a special kind for a/c systems and it's different for each manufacturer. There's a sticker under the hood that tells you what kind. 2oz or so is all you need, but if it's already making noise, it's probably too late.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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