Question about 2005 Chevrolet Equinox
I turn on my a/c. the blower start working but not cooling
Start the vehicle and turn your a/c system to max air high fan. then lift the hood the a/c clutch should kick in to run the system, if it is not then check the power distribution box for a blown fuse replace if it is required. if the fuse is is good next step is to check the a/c clutch relay it is a small square block in that same power distribution box. switch the fan relay with with the a/c clutch relay if the clutch kicks in then the relay was the fault if it doesn't then that means there is not enough 134a refrigerant to kick the a/c clutch in. this could mean that the system is either under charged because of a breakdown in the refrigerant over the past 4 years or there is a leak in the system. in this case take it to a qualified a/c tech and have them recharge the system.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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