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Where is the low pressure switch on my 2006 Dodge Ram Diesel


The low pressure switch would be around the air dyer system.

If line drier is cool on one side and warm on other you have a line restriction. Is compressor cycling on and off.?.. be careful jumping low pressure switch...The high pressure on low side is restriction going to evaporator coil in firewall... check for a filter in cab for evaporator coil it may be stopped up

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Air conit/2002 buick rendezvous


was system evacuate by pumping it down using vacuum pump to remove all moisture out of the system.most time of the time when i work on AC system you have pump it down from 30 minutes to a hour.pump it until low pressure gauge read 30 hgs in the green area.i shut down vacuum pump close off manifold gauge valves see if low pressure side reading stay at 30 hgs or drop if gauge needle stop dropping have leak in the AC system.if all is good you have temperature air door problems.air door not opening all cool air to circulate through AC vents.

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Dyer only blows cold air


U may have a blown thermostat or bad heating element.

Nov 14, 2011 | Dryers

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New compressor and dyer why the air out pot still hot


i need to know what the gage readings are when running with a/c on. if the low side is going into a vac. and high side is close to normal then the expansion valve is bad and thin is a common problem on these cars. hope this will help toy let me know..........also let me know if i can help in any other way......

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Need a point setting for ao smith air compressor ac motor model number opa-0297 s# c56b72b2316508j2 work on air machine with motor installed motor will hum and trip breaker can we set points to stop trip...


There is not a point setting for air compressors. The pressure switch can be adjusted. Remove the cover from the pressure switch. Adjust the nut tighter for a higher cut off pressure or looser for a lower cut off pressure. It sounds like the compressor is trying tostart under load. If the unloader valve is not working, the compressor will draw excess amperage and do what you describe. The unloader valve releases the pressure in the cylinder at the end of the run cycle so the compressor can start the next run cycle under no load.

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When replacing the air conditioner Compressor and dyer how do I determine how much oil to put back into the system?


THE ACCUMULATOR OR DRYER.YOU HAVE TO PUT 1 OUNCE OF REFRIGERANT OIL IN IT.THE COMPRESSOR HAS SHIPPING OIL IN IT.IT HAS TO BE REPLACED.SO YOU TAKE NEW COMPRESSOR POUR OUT THE SHIPPING OIL IN IT.AND PUT THE SAME AMOUNT OF NEW REFRIGERANT IN COMPRESSOR.GO TO GARAGE OR AUTO PARTS PLACE.TO CHECK TO SEE HOW MUCH OIL COMPRESSOR HOLD TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE.

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A/C BELT KEEPS BREAKING WHEN I PRESS THE GAS, I HEAR A RATTLING NOISE. I '[VE CHANGED THE COMPRESSOR AND DYER, AND IT'S STILL DOING IT


The A/C belt just goes from the crank to the compressor. So if your snapping them then either there is a sharp edge on one of the pulleys or your compressor is seizing up.

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