Question about Heating & Cooling
Check to see if the compressor is coming on. Turn of the engine and inspect the wire going to the compressor clutch. make sure it is not unplugged. Check all the wires to the pressure switches, make sure they have good contact. Note: never put 12V to the compresso clutch unless you have good knowledge of electronic, and electrical system. You can really damage some electronic circuits inside. If there is no 12volts going to the compressor clutch, check for blown or missing fuse. See if a relay clicks. When you turn on the ac.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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