Question about 1997 Toyota Tacoma
There are a few things here that could prove compressor failure.A set of ac manifold Gauges hooked up while compressor is running. Gauges will "shake" or jump around.. Next would be noise from the compressor itself.BUT, there are other things that could make someone think its bad. Compressors have clutch assembly on the front. there is a bearing there that could make noise when compressor is not in use. The clutch itself can start to come apart. There are a few others but would need a little more detail on whats going on.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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