Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
You have to let it take some before it will stay on. The clicking is because the refrigerant pressure sensor is showing that you dont have enough refrigerant, this is why it keeps clicking off. Let it run for awhile with yoru hoses attached and see if it starts to stay on longer. Once you get a certain amount in, it should stay on as expected.
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