Question about 1997 Dodge Caravan
Find the connector near the canister(tall aluminum and about 4 inches in diameter) and remove it from the pressure switch. Put a paper clip across the two connection pins and start the vehicle. With some one else watching at the same time turn on your AC. Make sure you only do this for about 5 seconds or you can fry the compressor. Generally they won't operate because the Freon level is to low to keep the system lubricated and cooling. You can pick up a refill kit for around 30-40 dollars, no, its not like the old days.The instructions are very specific and easy to follow. In about 15 minutes you'll have nice cold air again, as long as it's above 65-75 degrees outside.If you still think it's a relay, take the one from something else(not pertinent to the engine operation) and switch them. That's it.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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