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2001 chevy blazer ac problems

The ac starts working properly after I am driving for about 10 min it stops blowing cold. the compressor stops then starts back up again and blowing cold.

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  • mknnr9 May 16, 2009

    michaelwiggi, I added the Freon and It still does the same thing. The comprsor stops working like it stops spinning and it won't come back on for awhile?

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Freon level is low. add r134 refrigerant and your problem will be solved.

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  • michael wiggins May 19, 2009

    on the front of the compressor there is a clutch. the clutch could be bad. first look on the reciever drier for a low pressure switch. unplug the low pressure switch and jump the two wires. drive the truck.if the a/c does not stop the problem is the low pressure switch. check the plug that plugs into the clutch of the compressor. check the ground wire hat is on the back of the compressor.check the a/c relay. if this failes it is possible that there is a restriction in your a/c system.if problem continues i will tell you how to change a orfice tube.

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