Question about 2004 Ford F150
The reason your compressor is cycling on and off is due to low freon. If you have low freon to start with, then you have a leak somewhere in the system. This could be a leak from a hose. O-rings at a connection, etc. These systems are complex, more so than the R-12 systems we are used to back in the day. The best way to approach this problem is to have it leak tested 1st, and you must use a gauge assembly that is rated for r134a...not r-12, they are not compatible and using the incorrect manifold gauge assembly to trouble shoot can cause damage to the system. Also, leak test kit MUST be for r134a, an r12 will not work either.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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