Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It is normal for the clutch to cycle when set to A/C, Defrost, and Heat/Defrost, depending on the temp setting.
However, if for example, the clutch is cycling when you are set for MAX A/C and have the temp dial all the way down, the cause is usually a low refrigerant charge. To correct this problem, you can either take your Jeep in for service, or purchase an A/C recharge kit at any decent auto parts store.
If you think your problem is a low charge, you may want to consider spending a few extra dollars for a leak detector kit. This kit comes with a refrigerant charge containing a UV dye, a "blacklight" penlight, and enhancing goggles which will allow you to see any external leaks in your system- just follow the directions with the kit, and you will be able to pinpoint a leak if you have one.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Testimonial: "It could be low on refrigerant or sensor is defective. jjejuice.com"
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