Question about Jaguar Heating & Cooling
Just two things without equipment. (That I know of). Is the clutch pulled in and the compressor running? If so, is the larger line coming from it cold? DON'T touch the small one! It could be very hot. If the clutch is not engaged, follow the larger tube from the compressor toward the fire wall. There is a low pressure safety switch that could be bad and can easily be by passed to check. Unplug the two wire connector and jumper those two wires. Be sure the AC control is set to "MAX COOL" and your thermostat is as low as it will go. Let me know if the clutch is engaged or the compressor running. You could have a 12 volt compressor with no clutch. They are out there. Roger
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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