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I ordered AC compresor, accumulator, and clutch cycling switch I hace recieve my products exept the clutch cycling switch

I have recieved these products except clutch cycling switch.Can my mechanic replace the compressor and accumulator and charge the a/c system and replace the clutch sycling switch when it arrives?

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There shouldn't be any trouble with having the cycling switch installed after everything else is installed and charged. The mechanic may need to temporarily bypass the switch to get the system to run in order to fully charge it, however the switch can safely and easily be changed on a fully charged system without compromising the refrigerant.

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SOURCE: replaced ac comp. and dryer. had it charged and

Keep the fuse cartridge at 20 amps (OEM Specs) but you have to change the relay. That could have been the original cause to begin with.

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the ac clutch itself is bad there is a little washer in behind clutch sticking easier and almost as cheap to replace compressor

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You do not have enough charge in it, add 6 more ounces should do it.

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