Question about Air Conditioning and Heat for Pontiac G6
The ac compressor takes around 5 hp to drive so when the clutch engages the idle speed will drop around 250rpm amd when the clutch dis-engages the rpm will rise 250 rpm If you have a efi computer controlled vehicle the computer should automatically adjust the rev difference to maintain a constant rpm. If you have a carby vehicle there is a electric over vacuum control that you can fit to the accelerator lever that when the clutch activates the power to the switch from the clutch opens a valve that allows vacuum to pull the throttle open and maintain a constant rpm
Posted on Aug 02, 2013
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