Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
No cooling, just hot air 2001 chevy blazer
First off is the clutch on the ac compressor engaging when you turn on the unit...If it is not make sure it is getting juice by using a test light or meter...Assuming it is all fine to that point locate the low freon switch and unplug the connector off of it and take a piece of wire and jump it across the contacts inside the connector plug, if this causes the compressor to engage then it is either low or out of freon. Now you need to determine if it has a leak or you can do what the rest of the world does and just add freon and hope that it last for a while.They do make a sealant for it also. More than likely the evaporator has a leak but hopefully not...just remember to jump out the low freon connector or it won't **** in the new freon...
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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