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You could find out if the clutch is frozen or not by turning it by hand. Engine off. If not frozen it could be the fuse or it could be that there isn't enough refrigerant in the system. Also it is possible tHat the switch isn't working, check the relay too.
twstn79, Try checking the fuse and relay located in the power distribution box in the engine compartment. There is a legend on the inside of the cover to tell you which fuse and relay to check. For the relay, just switch it with the horn relay and try the horn to test this. Check the plug at the low pressure switch to see if there is power there. It is the low pressure switch that sends power to the clutch to engage it. If the fuse and relay test good and you have no power at the low pressure switch plug then the problem could be in the wiring and will have to traced. If there is power at this plug then check the switch itself. The switch can be checked with a DVOM meter. Check the switch, with the engine off, for continuity. If you get no reading then the switch will have to be replaced. Another possibility is the switch in the dash panel and/or any associated wiring. Good luck with this.
sounds as though there is a leak, check all connections on a/c lines, now you will need to see if the clutch is getting power, if it is then the clutch will need replaced, if not then check to make sure where the fuses and relay plug into are receiving power. Hope this helped Tim
Try temporarily swapping #45 Cooling Fan relay and and #46 HDM relay in the under-hood fuse block, and see if the low beams come on.
The one originally in the HDM #46 socket is bad. That relay is actually is a solid state module, not a conventional relay, and will cost you anywhere from $25-45 at the dealer.
HDM = Headlight Driver Module
Also known as a solid-state relay, since instead of relay contacts and a coil, it uses a power switching transistor capable of running the headlights (and the fan clutch in #45) at less than 100% power, to provide daytime running lights, and control the fan clutch engagement for the engine cooling fan. Thank you for using fixya and be safe.
Yes, the clutch pedal has a relay switch that tells the starter that it's in neutral. The switch could be bad (if it worked recently you prob don't need to adjust it). You can also check the fuse, those are the easiest solutions. My first guess would be to go to the fuse and check, then check the connection to the clutch switch and make sure you haven't come disconnected, have a buildup on the connection, and don't have any worn (bare) wires touching a body part that's metal (bad ground or ground-out).
looks like fuse # 8 "heater control relay- ac clutch relay-cooling fan" fuse runs the 12 volt side " black and yellow stripe wire " pcm or ecm runs the ground side "red -blue stripe wire"- what else do you need?