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Komprosser wont turn and there is no power in the car

Outer wheel on the komprosser will not turn

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You must put car onto a scanner and see what codes are there.
The car obviously has a problem and the ecu will not let the compressor work until they are fixed.
Do not just put a feed to the compressor! That would be a very expensive mistake.

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