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Hi my a/c has stopped cooling, the a/c will blow hot air though. i looked under the hood and noticed the compressor was not turning. i checked to see if there was power getting to the compressor and there was not. i do remember having this problem before and replaced the CCRM and it fixed the problem. now i thought it was the same again. i remember before i used a "jump" wire the first time from the blue/lt green wire to the compressor. i tried it again and it didn't work. i checked the blue/lt. green wire as well and no power as well. what could be wrong?

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  • Donald Tucker Apr 01, 2011

    What could be wrong is that both the wire and the magnetic compressor clutch are bad.

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If all your fuses are good and you could not jump the clutch to work. I would check to see if you A/C system is fully charged. If you are too low on refrigerant there is a low pressure switch that will stop the system from engageing the clutch on your compressor to stop the compressor from being run low on oil and refrigerant which could cause damage to it and the A/C system.

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