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Compressor not cycling on and off

My compressor doesn't turn on. The freon has been checked and is full. Do you think I need a new compressor?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    if you jumper 12 volts and a ground to the compressor clutch does it engage?

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Unless the compresor is on u cant get a good eye on if ther is enough freon but still should cycle on and off/if it has a low side cut out switch (scews in the large line with two wires)that can be checked by bypassing the switch/but mind u it could still have a problem with ac system/and if the ac works when bypassed(very short run time)then replace switch with new one right away,also look for ac clutch relay and check or replace

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