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Ac unit won't start. - 1991 Honda Accord

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U need to have a few things looked at

  1. Pressures are key to allowing the unit to work.
  2. Pressure switches not reading correct pressures.
  3. Electrical wiring issues ie. fuses,connections.
  4. AC Compressor frozen.
  5. Loose belt at the AC Compressor.
Start there im sure one of those might be what you have wrong.

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