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Re: OT: Auto AC Help Needed

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06-29-2013 06:20:46

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNOT wanting to get in a whizzing contest with ya hobo (hardly keep from wetting my shoes anyway), but my advice to dan is still good. If it is 'ground controlled', then the clutch connector must have 2 wires, so apply 12 to one and ground to the other. I, too, always like to have a diagram, but don't always & must be more careful then.

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06-29-2013 14:18:58

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 Re: OT: Auto AC Help Needed in reply to JMOR, 06-29-2013 06:20:46  
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Its not a whizzing contest I understand were Y'all are coming from and respect Y'all's advice his issue is going to be accessibility as in its well buried...
A quick shade tree test would be to lay a steel bar on the end of the clutch hub (play safe) if it magnetizes the bar when the AC clutch is commanded on the system controls are working... If so it could be a worn/weak clutch assay are a voltage issue... It would be a rare event to see a open AC clutch field coil....

It could be as simple as the air gap needs to be reset...

But my first check would be to attach AC gauges...
That does bring up a question "if refrigerant is heaver that air how does it end up in the upper layer of the O-zone"...

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06-29-2013 14:39:39

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 Re: OT: Auto AC Help Needed in reply to Hobo,NC, 06-29-2013 14:18:58  
I'll have to refer you to Al g on that one...we are not on good speaking terms! :evil:

.........and gotta get on with it & do something. Not going to fix itself. YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN DONE & DEPOSITED THE CHECK BY NOW! :wink:
This post was edited by JMOR at 14:42:25 06/29/13.

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