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Pontiac G6 (2006) 55k miles AC inop.

Pontiac G6 (2006) 55k miles - AC inop. No draw on engine when AC is turned on. Checked AC fuses under hood -ok. Noticed no AC fan clutch fuse in trunk fuse box...is that normal? I dont see how it could have been removed anyway...what else could be going on?

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Load placed on the engine takes place when the Compressor clutch engages. It will not engage if the system charge is too low on freon. It needs to be checked with a gauge, I think that may be your problem.

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

  • JThruster Apr 22, 2010

    I recommend a leak check and charge.

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