Question about 1995 Chrysler LHS
Verify compressor operation. With it idling have the hood open and watch the compressor, and make sure the center of the wheel turns. If it doesn't then you either have a bad wire, fuse, relay, pressure switch, or compressor clutch. Check the fuse first, if its good then locate the pressure switch, most of the time its on the drier near the front behind the grill or near the fire wall at the passenger fender. Pull the connector off and there should be two pins in the connector. Take a jumper wire or even a large paper clip will work and connect them together to see if the compressor kicks on. If it does then you have a bad switch and will need to be taken to a shop that can drain and recover the AC coolant. Take it to a shop that can put the old freon back in it. And try to be in the shop when they do the work so that they can't charge you for new freon if they put the old back in. My AC doesn't work due to a bad pressure switch. And make sure you don't run it with the pressure switch bypassed, otherwise the system will blow up.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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