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REPLACED A/C CLUTCH NOW NOT ENGAGING - 1995 GMC Suburban

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  • lawns2mow Sep 12, 2010

    wire on, freon good, fuses good, magneto has ohm reading

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Did you remember to plug the wires back into the clutch?
If you lost any refrigerant during the process, it could be low now. Also, check the fuse for the AC.

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