Question about Mercury Mountaineer
Sorry but your can isnt the same as my machine which cost me a lot of money ,now if you think the AC is charged ,is the clutch clicking in and turning the compressor ,if so then you will need the machine to test the high pressure coming from the pump which should be at least 200lbs for it to work,but as you havent got this machine then try this ,start motor and turn AC on ,now providing the clutch kicks in and the pump is working then at the back of the compressor where the pipes go in the smaller pipe which is the high pressure feed should be well hot now if its not this means that the compressor isnt producing enough pressure so this could be two fold ,either the compressor is no good or the what i call the venturi or restrictor valve isnt working .Sorry i cannot give you a decent fixya type answer but providing the clutch is clicking on then test the high pressure pipe(thin) and if its not hot then this what i have described is your problem .if clutch isnt kicking in then run a wire direct to it and see what happens
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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