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I have a 99 gmc truck and the a/c cuts off while driving down the road, replace control head, high pressure switch and low pressure switch and the a/c compressor relay any suggestions

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Did you change the orfice tube,it should be found somewhere in the front around the radiator.It may be clogged.Do you live in hot climate,then change it for sure.

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I was told by A/C guy I have a short somewhere to the high pressure switch. something is not kicking on the compressor. another mechanic said I need a new computer. what do you think


go with the ac guy
there are systems that prevent the ac compressor working
high pressure switch which cuts the ac clutch if the head pressure goes too high
low pressure switch which cuts power to the ac compressor if there
is no gas in the system
climate control systems which cut power when the ac is not required
fuses to the ac system
get a better explanation or seek advice from other ac mechanics

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Where is the blower motor switch located


On some vehicles the switch is called the blower motor resistor. There is some confusion about whether you are missing fan speed or the A/C chilling the air.

For the chilling part, this is controlled by 2 pressure sensors in the system called a low pressure switch and a high pressure switch. The rpm of the engine can affect when stuff begins to work and when it cuts out. There is a correct amount of Freon needed for every system. The engine rpm contributes to the available amount of pressure in the Freon system. This is why some things are different from start-up to when the car is moving.

You need to do a pressure check for the Freon in the system. This can help indicate if a pressure switch is cutting off cooling power. For the fan speed, it is the blower motor resistor, a troublesome switch that has lagged behind technical improvements.

So you have 2 answers-1 for fan speed and the other about cooling functions. You can fix either separately as half the system can be good and the bad half is stopping all of it from cooling the car. Hope this helps

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My ac cabbot run on high speed, it will cool sometimes i have to keep turning switch off and on. what causes this?


if cut off in low pressure switch add gas, and if cut in high pressure switch reduce gas or replace orifice tube vaccum the system and recharge gas

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This is just a suggestion but you should check to see if you have a thermostatic control switch in your evaporator this could be the cause if the intermittent problem.The switch is actually used tokeep your ac from freezing up i believe.

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