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Charged Ac with 2 cans of 134A, with 92 Compressor.. air will not cool.. Compressor has 2 wire clips on it, i found the one on the back of it, but the one right behind the belt guard can not find is this the problem?

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Does your compressor turn on?if not you should have an ac relay trace it & ohm the terminals on relay.if bad replace

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