Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
Hi this could be a couple of things but it sounds more electrical then anything, best thing to do before anything is check the fuses make sure that you have not got any dead ones in the box, next would be the relay, they have a relay control unit this should also be in the fuse box, check that has not died, the reason why i think its electrical is because these systems have an electrically operates clutch which as it suggests when the switch for the air-con is pressed the signal is sent from the ECU ( engine control unit ) to the clutch on the pump which in turn engages it and pumps the fluid around...hope this helps
Posted on May 30, 2010
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