Question about Ford Explorer
It could be low on refrigerant or the low pressure cutout switch is defective. It is located on the accumulator. You can check it by unpluging the plug at the switch and jumper the two wires together. If the compressor comes on and a/c starts cooling replace the switch. If the compressor doesn't engage check to see if you are getting power at the clutch coil on the compressor. If you do the coil is defective so just replace the compressor assembly. They are so cheap nowdays it's the best way to go.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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