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Will car operate if compreesor stops working Will pully freeze up

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IF COMPRESSOR STOP WORKING DUE TO LOCK UP PULLEY BEARING YEP PULLEY WILL LOCK UP.IF COMPRESSOR STOP PUTTING OUT COLD AIR DUE TO LOW REFRIGERANT PULLEY WONT LOCK UP.

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