Infiniti j30 year 1997. air conditioner doesn't work good. When I turn on the air condition, the lowest temperature is 60. compreser keeps running, the cooling fen dones't run, but when it get pass by, it run. The fuses is good. Hight line presure is low, Low line presure is hight.
May I know where is the problem and how can I solve it.
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Re: air conditioner doesn't work
Problems yes low high and high low are usually caused by faulty defective clutch coil or defective thermostat...electrical issues can be cycling switch pressure switches ambient air sensor or fin switch ( evap temp sensor)
Mechanically it could be clutch,or compressor the symptoms are not good... srry hit me back if you got some manual gauges and wanna run pressure test diagnostics..
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Check the air filter,Check the coolant.Check transmission fluid,Check power steering fluid.Check break fluid.Check oil and change if needed.Look for leaks,crawl under and see if their are any leaks.See what the belt look's like as the engine is running.Check the heater and a.c.Check the brake pads.
I would suggest you check the idler pully that tensions the belt that runs the AC compressor. It is very common for the bearing in those to go bad. Beyond that, inspect and correct tension on the other two belts. Verify that both the alternator and water pump turn freely prior to re-installing the belts. NOTE: the are some older Nissan cars that have that same idler pully and the price will be far less dear than what Infiniti will charge you for it.
It depends on what parts you're thinking of. Some will carry over between years, and some may not. Minor restyling on the exterior and lighting may present some difficulty, and the 96 is an OBD2-emissions controlled engine, so its ECU, engine bay harness, and many sensors may not work on the earlier car (which is the much less-stringent OBD1 emissions control).
I've only had experience with struts, running lights, trunk gaskets and various under-hood brackets; so far everything has been interchangeable. It may not look EXACTLY the same, but it fits. Hope it helps!
could be a short that doesn't touch until the "jerky" motion of shifting gears. Maybe a wire is resting near metal and everytime there is a motion it touches the metal and blows your fuse.
I would check continuity with ta voltmeter from your instument panel to the fuse box. and that will tell you if the line has a short anywhere between the two.
Any good 12v car audio mech can do this quicker and cheaper than a dealer.