Question about Ford Taurus
Connect a 12 volt supply directly from the Battery, to the A/C clutch power terminals, with use of 2 lengths of 14 gauge wire. If the clutch engages, then the fault is probably, a lack of Freon. Beg or borrow a set of A/C pressure gauges, to determine the pressure, if any, still in the system. If it is Zero, you have a leak problem. If it is very low, a simple recharge, may be all that is needed.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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