Please find me the reson why this is happening to my car
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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Then there was no reason to replace the compressor unless it broke down & spread debris into the system Just poor or no diagnosing of the issue You have high side pressures that caused the valve to release Need to study why it happens & where the system blockage is Did the first compressor burn up & trash the system? If so then any competant shop know all the componets have to come out & be flushed or maybe replaced I would say you have a $1500 job just for starters to redo the job correctly now 3 compressors went on for no reason
It really depends on what is failing. If the compressor is locking up internally, it may be caused by debris in the ac system, or the compressor may not be installed correctly. Too much or too little freon, too much or too little oil, and so on.
start off with the cheap possibilities and make your way threw. I'd start off with replacing Air Charge temperature sensor, make sure your AC Hose isnt leaking anywhere, if those dont solve it then replace ur AC clutch, last chance would be replacing AC compressor. sometimes the compressor will malfunction randomly. or the AC clutch might malfunction aswell. covering these steps somewhere along the line you will have working AC again! good luck
if the fan is running inside and the environmental controll is set to cool the AC compressor under the hood
a click is heard and the compressor should start, it should cylcle on and off periodicly , if this dos not happen
Have your AC system checked.
time for a new compressor. It's a magnetically controlled belt driven compressor. If it isn't clutching anymore, it's dead. pretty soon it'll start squealing or making other funky noises if it isn't completely dead yet, then soon you'll press the "ac" button and nothing will happen.
Well, for one with the truck idling, the RPMs should increase every time that the clutch on the compressor engages. You should be able to see it engage and disengage and the RPMs will change accordingly. If this isn't happening then you need to determine why. Have the A/C blower on low when doing this.
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.