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Compresser clutch turn off

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SOURCE: A/C inop., Heat on all the time, No vent movement

CHECK HOW MUCH FREON PRESSURE DOES YOUR CAR TAKE, THE A/C SYSTEM ON THOSE NEW CARS ARE SELF PROTECTED. IF THE ARE TO LOW THEY SHUT OFF AND IF THEY ARE HIGH THEY SHUT OFF AS WELL .

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SOURCE: 1987 mustang ac problem

What you can do first is locate the accumulator. This is located in the low side hose near the firewall. Looks like a big canister with a hose out each side at the top. There is also a switch between the hoses. (example would be one hose at six oclock the other hose at twelve oclock and the switch at three oclock.) Unplug the switch and using a paperclip jump together the two wires in the connector you just unplugged. Do this with engine running and a/c on. If when jumped the compressor kicks on then your a/c is low on freon and needs to be charged after fixing the leak. Hope this is helpful.

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problem could be in your AC and HEATER control switch.

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Remove passenger tire and then there is a trap door inside wheel well to access tensioner. once you find the proper wrench size when you pull in one certain direction the belt will slack.

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SOURCE: Pontiac G6 (2006) 55k miles AC inop.

Load placed on the engine takes place when the Compressor clutch engages. It will not engage if the system charge is too low on freon. It needs to be checked with a gauge, I think that may be your problem.

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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