Question about 2004 Acura TL
You need to locate the AC compressor and watch the pulley while someone turns the AC off and on to see if the clutch is engaging and actually turning the compressor.
You will have to look closely to see this because the outside pulley is always turning when the engine is on and a slim pulley between the belt-driven one should click (fairly loudly) and start doing its thing. If you don't hear any activity when the control is turned on and off, you may have a failed relay.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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