Question about 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
Just to make sure you have the right reading, the low side should be 30psi to 50 psi and the high side should be 150psi to 200 psi, Any other readings will give you poor a/c performance and if it's to high your going to have system damage. The other thing to is your a/c pressure switch may be bad and that's along the low pressure hose or on the accumulator (Air Dryer) It looks like a oil pressure switch with two wires clipped on to it. If that has gone bad it will give you the same on, off or stay off all the time. You can un clip the wire from the pressure switch and jump it and see if the compressor stay's on, if it does. Replace the switch and you can do it fast enough that you won't loose that much R134a. If your still having the on, off with the jumper wire to the pressure switch, replace the a/c relay. Good luck and hope this helps, keep me posted, be glad to get you running cool again.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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