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Why am i not getting any power to my ac compressor to my 1999 chrysler LHS


See if you have power going to the clutch on the front of the compressor. If not you will find a plug on the top of one of the metal lines this is a pressure switch pull off and put a paper clip or wire between the two slots if the compressor engages you are low on freon and have a leak. Also check your fuses

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If it is a 3.5 or 3.2 it is fairly easy to replace. Does it still have freon in it.

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Since we don't have the option os asking questions I can only make assumptions.

  1. If you did not buy this new, someone may have direct wired the fan.
  2. If you have it on a/c or defrost, the fan comes on with those two options regardless of how hot the engine is.
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There are a lot of reasons, but one thing; it is better that it comes on than it does not come on at all.

Follow the wires from the fan back. I believe you are going to find that some one hot wired the fan into a switched circuit. People do this because they don't have the expertise to diagnose the problem or the time needed.

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You also want to make sure that the ground wire for the fans is secured tightly to the fan framework.

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I had the same problem coming back from Hilton Head Island over July 4th weekend. I had been experiencing a grinding noise for sometime coming from the a/c compressor pulley. Aside from the noise, the a/c had been blowing strong, and cold with out any problems. Unfortunately I neglected it for too long, and it locked up after a terrible squeal, followed by a little smoke (belt burning). I cut off the belt, and was on my way. Granted it was a bit hot, but I was sure glad I was able to get home! I have found replacement a/c compressors w/clutch online from $200-$350 depending on condition (rebuilt vs new). I strongly recommend attending to the problem at the first sign of any noise.

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