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Compressor on the air conditioning will not come on even when temperature set n 60 degrees. After I drive for about 5 minutes the compressor will come on. After it starts the air onditioner cools good. I've already checked the high and low pressure switches, it just seems to work when it wants to. Any suggestions? Or where could I get a wiring diagram?

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  • Jrcrowbar Jun 01, 2008

    you need to check the freeze thermostat on the indoor coil

  • jcalhouns May 03, 2009

    I have the same problem, what was the solution?

  • Edward Anderson Apr 11, 2013

    Where do I find the 'freeze thermostat' on the indoor coil?

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Found the fix on another forum - replace the AC clutch relay in the power distribution box under the hood.

This has worked for at least two people with this exact problem so far.

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Same problem! help! I have an 03 executive L TC and it does the exact same thing....

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