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accumolator,condensor,evaporator all store some oil.compressor has oil as well.if you bought used compressor,you only had to make sure theres about 3-4 of oil in it,no worries,remove a plug on the body of compressor and drain the oil,too much oil in system will prevent it from cooling.
If the compressor is dry of oil (new compressors will either be shipped with or without oil) and you need to add oil you can never go wrong by adding three ounces. Once the compressor is installed turn it by hand several times. Then install the belt and add freon.
well it sounds like you have too much freon and or oil in the system you need to have it evacuated and vacumed down and fill with exactally what it calls for and you need to also check the action of the fan make sure enough air is comming through the front of the car
you don't have enough pressure in your system. odds are you have a leak someplace and the factory installed a saftey switch to keep the ac from running when there is no pressure. This way you don't end up burning up your compressor.
if it is low on freon the compressor will have 0 volts becuase the low pressure switch on the evaporator isn't triggering...if you have freon then replace the low pressure switch...take a small piece of wire and disconnect the low pressure switch and jump the two sides of the plug together...compressor should come on
you will need a feeler guage a clutch removal and installer tool 1rst measure with guage the space between the pulley and front of compressor then with removal tool available at napa carquest ect,, remove carefull not to lose little spacers behind clutch reinstall spacers and measure after tightening i think i can walk you through it via live support