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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AC clutch not engaging
it wont engage if your low on refrigerant you can bypass the low pressure switch located on or near the receiver dryer it has 2 wires plugged into it take a paper clip and bypass the 2 in the boot and it will run long enough to re charge it.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: AC Compressor clutch problem
This could be any number of things, low system pressure, chattering relay, faulty cycling switch, failed compressor, poor cooling, the list goes on.
I'm afraid this is a job for the professionals!
Very best regards
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
SOURCE: AC Compressor clutch
i belive this type of compressor only has one 10 metric bolt in the center, the others should be rivets if they are loose the cluch is gone, but most likelly the only tool you migh need is a snap ring plyers to remove the snap ring that holds the pulley behind the front disc plate, i hope and this help
but if not if i'm wrong then go to autozone or checker and they have this toll kit to replace the clutch and it is call loan tool
the sevice allow you to pay for the tool and take it back for a full refund, in other words loan tool, good luck
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Sounds like your A/C compressor coil is bad.I would suggest replacing clutch disc,pulley and coil or you can put a complete compressor assy. on which is a little more expensive.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
to prevent damage to the air conditioning system there is a "low pressure switch" located on the condenser near the low pressure hose (large one) .. if the refrigerrant (R134A) gets too low then the clutch will be blocked from activating by that switch .. you can have your system tested and recharged or you can do that yourself .. the R134A is available at auto parts stores .. some come with a gague that is required for proper charge .. if you dont already have a gage then yoiu will need that one ... recharge kits often come with instructions .. other less likely but possible problems could be a fuse or bad AC clutch relay. sometimes damaged wiring or bad clutch will be the problem but much more likely just low fluid ..
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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