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hello, first test the solenoid rssistens of each injector with digital multymeter than comper the resullts the fualty one shuld show differnt reading from the others 1 pull the injector plug 2 test the ressistens 3 good injector must show 14-16 ohem 4 comper the ressults
no, the hardest thing is removing the old compressor. if all the refrigerant has leaked out unhook your hoses you can get some nylon ties or just wire them out of your way, remove compressor and install bracket with bypass pulley and your on your way, a little hotter in the summer though
What oil got changed? Engine oil? Trans. fluid? How long have you had the car since the output shaft seal was changed? What codes do you have coming from the TCM? Improper fluid levels or incorrect fluid type will cause severe problems with these units.
sound very much like you have an air leak problem and even a seal problem to on the intake manifold and injector seals may be leaking same happend to me on my car and i found i had to strip it all again to sort it out .
the injector seals if they are not sitting right or just a slight spec of dirt there you have a problem.
air leaks to see if you do have one use wd40 can spray on the manifold and if the engine picks up you have a leak ok
i hope this helps
let me know how you go on thanks