Question about 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2003 chevy silverado. a/c checked and no leaks found. compressor cycle switch replaced. system purged and reloaded by weight of freon. it will blow out cold air for a while after first started and going down the road but compressor cuts off after a little while and will not come back on. could there be a relay that is getting hot and breaking the circuit? i am frustrated that two mechanics now have not been able to pin-point the problem. help! i am trying to help my son, its his truck, and dont want to just keep replacing parts if we can help it.
thank you, mike sr.
Check relay and check the plug on the compressor, on my truck my relay was goin out
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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