Question about Heating & Cooling
Either the compressor is not coming on or your low on refrigerant. To check under the hood on the suction line (line that gets cold and sweats) by the fire wall usually on the passenger side you'll see a metal cylinder. On there is a lead with two wires coming from it remove this and jump it with a small wire or paper clip or bread tie anything metal this will not shock you. With the motor and a/c on if your compressor clicks in than your low on refrigerant, if it doesn't your compressor is bad.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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