Question about Jeep Liberty
Low pressure side of air heats up when compressor is off. What is this a sign of?
Overcharged.Get someone with a gage set to hook up to your system and let it down to required level.You should have realize what was wrong when it wouldn't take MORE freon.Overcharge just makes everything else mixed up.It don't know what to do,so it just keep cycling to let you know that something just ain't right.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
please elaborate, does your inside fan still works? does your compressor clutch kicks in?...would you know if you have refrigerant in your system? if you can trace the hose from the compressor to the evaporator, you can see a plastic cap normally blue with a big letter "L" at the top, then it is the low side fitting, you can remove the cap and get a pin and press the pin at the center( be carefull, refrigerant might be present). if there is none, then you have a leak. u lost all of your refrigerant that is why the ac did not work. if you do have a big burst of gas as you press it, then it is not a refrigerant problem,
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: Adding freon to air conditioner
If your system takes R-134 then the fittings for the high and low pressure are different sizes. You should only be able to fit the connector on the low pressure side.
Posted on May 09, 2009
half can is low, possible cause is that fill port is clogged happens when u put sealer in sometimes, but it sounds like your system is under charged check pressure, if no reading port is clogged change port, low reading add freon,
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
you have to replace the resistor under the passenger side dash. the wires coming from the blower motor runs to it. if it is back the module wont let the a/c work. common problem. easy fix
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
There is a resistor that you can buy from Autozone or equivalent. It is a Fan Speed Control Resistor, and is located behind the glove box. It is simple to remove, the hardest part is disconnecting the wire harness. The part is like 25 bucks, and is sure to fix your problem.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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