Question about 2002 Nissan Sentra
I have seen a problem like this just recently. If you do not feel she is low on freon (which can cause this problem). You will have to check for power to the clutch coil during the time it stops cooling. If you have power to the coil or the clutch (there will be one or two wire going to the compressor)(the clutch is a large electro magnet, a coil of wire which must have 12 volts +in and be grounded to magnitize and pull in the clutch plate) If the coil has an internal short, which is ok at low temps say when you first start up your car then as engine bay temps get up to say 140 160 degs. the coil gets to hot to hold in or it losses it magitism power, it all means the coil of the clutch may be shorting out, as temps get heated up everything expands and wires touch wires that sholud not. I hope this makes sense. Its hard to find if this is the cause. You have to check for voltage to the coil when the a/c stops cooling to find this problem.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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