Question about 1997 Chevrolet Suburban
I am currently working on my A/C and I am learning a lot. If your clutch is not engaging, it may be due to low coolant or the low coolant sensor could be bad. To test the sensor, remove the plug from the accumulator and use a jumper between the pins. If the clutch comes on and you have verified sufficient freon, your sensor is bad. As far as the relay is concerned, it is co-located with the starter relay under the hood (on my 97 Sub). The part numbers are the same and they can be swapped. I am only familiar with my vehicle and can only imagine that many systems run similar. I hope you can use this info.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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J 6083 Snap Ring Pliers
Important: Remove the three adjustable dowels from the J37872 Compressor Clutch Holding Tool.
Install three 5/16 x 1 inch bolts in place of the dowels.
Remove and discard the compressor clutch plate bolt.
Use the J 37872 to hold the compressor clutch plate from turning.
Remove the compressor clutch plate from the compressor.
Remove the compressor pulley snap ring using the J 6083
Remove the compressor pulley from the compressor.
Remove the compressor clutch coil snap ring using the J 6083 .
Remove the compressor clutch coil from the compressor.
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