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1993 accord ex ac not blowing cold replaced compressor last year freon level ok unit not engaging is there an easy fix?

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With the engine turned off, test the a/c compressor clutch by applying 12 volts to the contacts. You should hear a click of the clutch engaging, and if not, the clutch is acting erratically.

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