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Clutch wont engage on a/c

The clutch on the a/c wont engage unless you tap on it or rev the RPMs way up. we have had the sensor replace and we have replace the clutch. when it does come one it cools just fine, really cold actually. after we replace the clutch it worked good on all setting (low, med, & hi), but after we left the truck running for about 30 mins it stoped working again. the amps on everything is good execpt for the coil which we have and are trying to get on but its a tight fit and we cant get it to go on strait, any ideas?? please help

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Hi there ive seen this before i think your problem is the clutch is just a tad bit to far away from the magnet that pulls the clutch in or the wires that engage the magnet are loose

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