Question about 2003 Chrysler Sebring
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Sounds like a faulty compressor. See if the clutch turns on when you turn on the AC. (You will need to have someone turn the AC on while you look under the hood.) The compressor is driven by the serpentine belt on the front of the engine. It does kind of make sense if its a problem with the compressor cluthc. Since the compressor is driven by the serpentine drive belt which is in turn driven by the engine, the faster the engine is running, the faster the belt goes. So it might be possible that since the drive belt is turning faster when the engine is working harder, it helps the compressor clutch engage easier.
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Posted on May 22, 2011
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