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A/C compressor won't turn on

When I tried to turn on the air conditioner in my 2006 Chrysler Minivan, the A/C compressor won't come on. The 15 amp air conditioner fuse is good. Could the problem be a faulty A/C relay module?

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  • basil4333 Apr 20, 2009

    thanks for the help. I'll try replacing the A/C relay module first since I know where that is located. Can you tell me where the Low Pressure switch is located?

  • basil4333 Apr 22, 2009

    Well, I have now replaced the fuse and the A/C Relay Module but still have same problem, compressor clutch won't activate. I'll try inspecting the Low Pressure Switch. After that, I guess I'll just have to "bite the bullet" and take it to a repair shop. Thanks for your help.

  • basil4333 Apr 27, 2009

    I hate to continue being such a dummy. I found the low pressure swich just where you said. The only problem is it has 3 wires feeding into it instead of two. A red wire - a dark blue wire - and a light blue wire. I don't know which wires to jumper together to perform the test that you described. I'm afraid that if I jumper the wrong wires, I may create an electrical problem. Can I unscrew and remove the switch without losing the refrigerant, assuming there is refrigerant in the system? If the switch can be safely removed, I'll buy a new one (probably not too expensive) & see if that is the problem

  • basil4333 May 02, 2009

    Well, I ended up taking the van to an independent . Spent $90 for diagnosis. Said evaporator located behind right rear fender leaking.

    Wants $765 for repair. I told them I would let them know whether I

    wanted to bring it back for repair. I'm a senior citizen and have to see whether I can afford. Have you ever replaced an evaporator? I don't know whether I should attempt it. But, anyway I wanted to thank you for your help and advice. Take care.

  • basil4333 May 08, 2009

    Hello friend. Well, I'm back in power. Found out that my a/c evaporator problem was extremely widespread. So I went to the dealer even though my van is about 15000 miles past warranty. Chrysler Company agreed to pay the lion share of the repair cost, leaving me to pay $200. Thanks again. I hope other 2006 Chrysler Minivan owners with same problem will read this and take heed. Even though Chrysler has filed for bankruptcy, they stepped up to the plate in this case.



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Yes it could....could also be a bad low pressure switch or you may have a freon leak and lost all of the refrigerant

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    Chris Kieninger Apr 20, 2009

    the low pressure switch will be under the hood...usually on one of the lines next to the accumulator

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    Chris Kieninger Apr 22, 2009

    now if you find the switch you can pull the plug off of should be just 2 wires....with the A/c turned on you can jumper the 2 wires in the plug together.....see if the compressor clutch engages and starts blowing cold air....if it does... its a bad switch...if it does not you may have a bad clutch.....if it comes on and blows hot air, you have lost your refrigerant charge

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    Chris Kieninger Apr 27, 2009

    usually there is a schrader valve under the switch so it will only lose a little pressure if you remove it...not always but usually...if you are going do do that be VERY CAREFUL...wear goggle , gloves ect...the freon can really burn you (frostbite) and it hurts....(from experience) arent a dont worry about asking questions

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    Chris Kieninger May 02, 2009

    yeah the loss of refrigerant was the cause.....evaparators are not an easy job

  • Chris Kieninger
    Chris Kieninger May 09, 2009

    Im just gald you have working A/C now



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