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Please help, my 4runner ac clutch burned while I turned on high rpm and my on,off switch has no light and I have replace new clutch on it and I try to turn is on and my on,off switch stil not lite on and ac is not working. What I have to do to solve it? Thanks

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  • rjbeg123 May 11, 2010

    After replacing the clutch did you have the system checked for proper charge? A/c systems will not turn on if there is insufficient pressure in the a/c system.

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Fuse somewhere.

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