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Ac problems lumina 1995

I have a problem in the ac compressor i have been changed the compressor 3 times now and its gonna be 4...the compressor is not closing i mean its not taking rest i think all the problem from the thing that its making the compressor close when its get hot....

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  • dj_outlaw200 Jul 19, 2008

    please find me the reson why its happening like this.....

  • imaginery Aug 14, 2008

    the clutch in the compressor is broke and turning freely

  • Ot Tap
    Ot Tap May 11, 2010

    speak english this makes no sence.


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I have the same problem, I was told to check the A/C pressure sensor built in with the compressor. disconect it and do a resistance test, it should give you a reading of almost infinitive , if it gives you al OL reading then that needs to be change. this is according to an expert.

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