Question about 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Oil amount in a rebuild AC Compressor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like your A/C condenser is freezing up. Possibly from having too much or too little Freon in the system.Is the compressor clutch engaging, it should engage.If not the clutch is problem.-------
Other possibility can be moisture in the system and its freezing/thawing in your expansion tube blocking the orifice .----
There is a pressure switch that would not allow the compressor clutch to engage until there is a certain pressure in the lines.--------- The refrigerant level is low in the Ac compressor.The refrigerant needs to be charged.------ If the refrigerant level is insufficient the compressor will not engage. If it is very low the compressor will cycle on and off. ---------Get the Ac fan ans compressor clutch relays checked in the engine compartment under hood.If the relays are checked ok, so try this ,jump the compressor relay by a hot wire and then see the clutch should engage.---- ------------
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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