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AC not blowing cold air/ clutch not engaging

I also have a 1994 camaro. Last summe the air worked fine. I thought that maybe I needed to re-charge it. I did, now the clutch isn't engaging. Do I need to buy a whole new compressor? or is there something else I might want to check?

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  • Kim Jun 29, 2009

    We checked the relay and it is still good, there was still some refrigerant left in the system before I re-charged it so I'm going to assume there are no leaks. Of course it's the compressor! Nothing with this car is ever easy and simple!



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Remove the pcm bat fused for 30 seconds and retry

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You might wanna check your a/c relay and make sure its good if that's fine you might just have to get another compressor also by a refrigerant with dye so you can make sure there's not a leak in your a/c lines

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