I have a 2002 suzuki xl-7 the problem was it doesn't give cold air anymore and i notice that the compressor doesn't kick in should the problem be the fuse,relay or don't have anymore freon in it???????
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Is your compressor kicking on? If it is not kicking on chances are that either your compressor is bad, you have a bad switch, or a blown fuse. Another thing to look into is whether or not your A/C unit is fully charged with 134a coolant. If your unit is not fully charged it will not blow out cold air. I hope this helps you out.
yes you have to remove the drive belt ,best advice is to take the vehicle to a AC specialist who will the compressor output with a special machone as it may not be the compressor ,the compressor should push out about 200lbs at 1500rpm
Most Suzukis A/C systems will cut out when the engine tempurature is too high (to reduce the load on the engine). Also, in this condition, when the A/C compressor cuts out, the A/C thermo fan (electric - in front of the condensor) may come on ( to try and cool the engine). Combined with the fact that your temp gage says the engine is hot, I would be checking your cooling system very closely. It could be as simple as leaves blocking the air flow through the radiator (between the condensor and radiator), or as serious as the internal cores of the radiator being blocked (different sorts of coolant being used can sometimes produce solid matter that can do this).
dont get a rebuild compressor they never work very well it sounds like the a/c has a restriction the only way to tell is to pull the orfice tube or expansion valve to find out the compressor will push metal into it if the insides of the compressor if failing