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he opened hood saw the clutch disengaged.
so he connected a voltmater to clutch coil pins, its 12vdc
he is right.
no, its 0v. he is wrong.
if 0v that the THE AMP logic module shutting it down on purpose
so you dont wreck it, it has self protections.
one is the hi/low switch, freon too much or too little.
want to guess or test.
we can find all 7 ways, to cause (or more) the AMP to shut down.
its not hard at all with a $10 volt meter..

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2002-v-6,sonata,72,000miles,was told the ac clutch frooze

the ac clutch will quit working if the refrigerant pressure drops too low ... or if the pressure sending switch is bad or if the wire to the clcutch is broken .. the word "frozen" usually means it cant be turned (not that it just doesnt turn) ... if you cant turn the unengaged clutch then thats a compressor failure ... that may in turn damage the clutch as it slips trying to turn the frozen compressor .. if the compressor can be turned freely by hand then thats not the problem .. if the clutch is simply not being turned on then usually thats just low refregerant or a blown fuse, bad relay or bad low pressure switdh . once in a while there might be an open winding on the clutch or a broken wire going to it .. they cant check refrigerant pressure without first getting the clutch to work ... so its possible to jump power directly to the clutch .. it will usually operate and gauges applied to the air conditioner might show the pressure to drop very low .. that would normally turn off the clutch ... just checking for leaks and recharging often is all that is needed ..

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There are a lot of variables with A/C concerns. Without being able to answer these, the smoke you saw was originating from the clutch? If so, can you see any kind of oil seeping from the seal behind it? You might also look for oil stains on the hood blanket above the compressor. If there is oil present, you may have a seal leaking causing premature clutch failure. Since you were in traffic at a stop, you might want to check the condensor and the radiator for any kind of obstruction. Also that the fan is coming on when the pressure starts to rise. If you have an oil leak it might be a good time to replace the compressor. If not, it could be just an early clutch and bearing failure. Also, don't forget to check the belt for overheat damage.

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