Question about Buick Park Avenue
First check that there is voltage going to the clutch solenoid, if not clutch is bad. (warning: do not apply voltage to it while it is connected, you will damage some electronic circuits.) Next, check the continuity of the coolant pressure switches. Make sure they have voltage on both terminals while the ac is operating. If there is no voltage on both of them, then you have a faulty ac control module.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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