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Although you might be able to take it all apart, you might also find it nearly impossible to re-assemble, and find parts to buy.
I suspect you have a motor failure or a short circuit internally. It is possible water has gotten into the motor or controls also, causing the short.
My personal experience has been it will need to be replaced.
I fix these, and have changed out about 10 of them.
God bless your efforts.
Anything can be fixed or replaced. Question is if it is cost effective to repair. If compressor is internally shorted, you just go out and buy a new ac since the cost of repair is more than that of a new one.
Make sure that the short is not in the wire leading to the compressor before you go out and spend the scheckles.
If the used alternator quit working then it\'s broke! Make sure your battery is not shorted internally as this could make an alternator work much harder than it needs to. Try getting the alternator repaired at a shop. Buying electrical parts at a junk yard is always a crap shoot...Chris
Remove all pwoer and then gain access to the heater probe. Read each probe from the center connector treminal to the metal base with an Ohm meter. There should be no reading. If you have low reistance the probe is internally shorted and will need replaced. It is a common failure for a heat probe. If the probe is bad when you do buy a replacement buy the "Coated" element. The extra $15.00 is well worth the investment in the overall lifetime of heating element service.