Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Hi: Its sounds almost like you are Low on R-34 Coolant and being low makes your Compresor to your A/C Cycle Al The Time Its Trying to keep up with the Rest of the A/C System,Causing it also sometimes it will die.You Have a Pressure Sensor that Tells your system when it needs to Run your Compressor to Keep your system running and Cooling Properly.Check or Have your R-34 Frefrigerant Check See if you Need to Recharge Your System.You might whatto let a Garage /Shop do this so they can Vacum your System Down 1st.This Clears all the Air, Refrigerant and Most Commpressor Oil. They will or Should Recharge it with new refrigerant ,Oil, And Bring Your System Back up To Specs.And as Far as it Dying on you off and On. Possibly is really low on R-34 or your Compressor CLUTH is Going Out And Trying to Lock Up. Hope this Helps you Solve your Problem,Let Me Know Please by Voting my Advice i Have Given Your, Thanks Much The WYOCWBOY
Posted on May 29, 2010
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