Question about Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
The answer to your question in my opinion is probably not.I think several reasons support this answer but however anything is possible.You are basically stating a high pressure hose blew apart from subsequent high head pressure as a result of poor air flow. Several anomolies would have to exist for this to be true especially as you are stating no temperature guage or operating abnormalities.Your system will trip off on high head at/or under 400 psi through a compressor mounted pressure switch which is a percentage of the rating of the line set rated at 1500 psi.You would be experiencing interuptions in cooling not to mention temperature gauge problems in this state.I however would not discount the importance of air flow through these coils and the great effect inadequate air flow can have on all systems. Immediate head pressures can develop as result of this and this could be a source for compressor failure or system troubles. The truth of the matter may be the tube was compromised during the replacement procedure of the last compressor.I would inspect the broken line and determine where the break occurred.if the failure occured to any aluminum components near the compressor,this could further support this theory.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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