Question about Heating & Cooling
Look under the hood and find your AC compressor. It is usually right on top. Start your truck and put the AC on at the coldest setting. Go outside and see if the clutch is turning on then off then on then off and so on. It could just be a low charge and the low pressure switch is turning the clutch off.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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