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A/C Problem My car's A/C was working alright until this morning when I'm about to go to work. My A/C seems not engaging. It's just fan. I normally hear clutching sound whenever I turn-on my A/C but this morning, I did not hear anything. Your help will be very much appreciated.

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Check the fuse to the A/C and if theat's good, then it's a good chance that the A/C system needs to be re charged with R134. Yours is a 1993 so it was the change over years from R12 to R134.
Your going to have to find a sticker somewhere in the engine bay that would indicate what system you have. If your have the R134 then you can buy the  re charge kit. If your system is the R12, your going to have to take it to a shop and have them convert it over to a R134 system. 
Good luck and keep me posted.

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