Question about 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser
The compressor clutch wire goes to the pressure switch , which is often located on the side of the evaporator, or in the line going to the evaporator. When there is enough system pressure, the switch has continuity, and if the system is low or empty, the switch is open, to prevent the compressor from running . If your system is fully charged, you can probably guess the switch is bad, but most likely your AC system is low on refridgerant, and keeping the compressor from running.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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