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Which pins are shorted on AC pressure switch to get the AC compressor to cycle to fill unit with freon?

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You should not have to do anything to charge that AC system, except to start the engine and turn on the AC to maximum, then charge the AC system, when there is enough pressure in the system the low pressure switch will trip the AC compressor on and you can continue to fully charge the AC system.

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