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Pull off the fuse cover and look inside the back of the cover and it will specify AC
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be you have a slow leak and the safety low pressure switch has shut down your compressor so that it doesn't seize from lack of oil. Check all the refrigeration lines, the condenser (in front of the radiator) and the belt driven compressor for any signs of oil seepage. Do this with a good flashlight while the engine is cool and not running. If you don't see anything wrong, try having a can of 134 added and see if it runs at all. If it cycles off and on, you have a leak but if adding more charge gets it running, I would just run it and see how long it holds. These leaks can be a problem to find without dyes or leak detectors. Fixing the leak could be more trouble and money than its worth if you only need to add the stuff once a year.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
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