Question about Peugeot 405
Look under the hood, check if the compressor is engaging.
if it is engaging, you may be just lacking of refrigerant.
if it is not engaging, then you could have an empty system, or an electrical problem.
if it is empty, then you have a leak.
you will need a professional to repair the leak and charge your unit .
if it is an electrical problem, then you will have to trace your electrical circuits to find which component is defective in order to engage the compressor.
from your blower switch, to the relay, to the refrigerant pressure switch and to the compressor.
i hope i was able to help,
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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