Question about Ford Mustang
When the compressor is not turning the system will equalize and the high and low side should read the same. You need to make sure that the compressor is in fact getting 12VDC to the clutch. If it is then check the "air gap" between the clutch and the pulley. I am not sure what that spec is. If the gap is too far then it won't "pull in" the clutch. You can also take the low pressure switch and jump the wires to see if the compressor engages. If it does, then check your pressures. If they are okay, your low pressure switch might be bad.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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