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#1 tntkenny0927

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 01:30 AM

i'm back i brought my car down south to florida from md couldn't sell her been sitting for about 8 months starts right up cleaned her out good fresh oil and filter rotella t 15 40 pure one and transmission oil filter and gasket also cam gasket seal replaced the leaks finally slowed to a close stop but my ac isn't working to well vacuumed the old r12 switched over to r134a filled with oil freon all liquids changed the climate control cluster and the sensor on top the evap. but the ac aint blowing right the compressor dont kick on unless i bypass the compressor wire directly to a hot 12 positive wire is it just the compressor or is it a switch heard different remedies also changed all the relays all thats left is the compressor it is the stock old compressor sounds rough but when bypassed blows nyce HELP...



#2 johnceggleston

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 08:06 AM

if the system is low on refrigerant the compressor will not kick in.

 

check / recharge the system.






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