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AC compressor clutch not engaging. Fuses ok pressure switches ok. Ohmed out & jumped Pulled cover for Maxi Fuse / Relay Center. Paper decal that was glued to inside of cover missing. This identifies relay locations. There is a bank of 8 relays from left to right, which one is AC? Suspect bad relay. As you know this is a busy relay even without running AC. Would like to test or replace. Thanks for your time. Rob

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  • robncinmc Jun 28, 2009

    Jumped pressure switch and compressor still not running. Can you tell me which of the 8 relays is AC?

    Thanks

    Rob

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Sounds like lack of gas pressure,take it to specialist and and get it recharged to the correct weight of gas,it is positivly dangerous to play with this because the A/C uses high pressures and can cause frostbite in 2 seconds when trying to refill with these boy racer silly aftermarket top up cans.THESE SHOULD BE BANNED WORLDWIDE

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Jun 28, 2009

    do not attempt to play because you could run the compressor with no gas in it which will result in seizing the compressor ,get it re gassed and it will work

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