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No cool a/c ,high pressure on low side of system 95 jetta 2.0

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    no a/c, clutch doesn't engage

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Unplug the pigtail from the clutch cycle switch. that should be on your low pressure line (the fatter line of the 2 a/c lines) next to your condenser. there should be two wires. connect a jumper wire to the 2 wires. if you clutch kicks on, replace the sensor. (usually about $10-$15. make sure you have good pressure though. if your freon pressure is low, that could also cause the clutch to not engage.

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