The Mechanic and I looked under the Pacifica while it was on the rack. The compressor is 2 inches or so beside the oil filter. The compressor had drips of oil on it. He then let the car down and started looking under the hood. He said he could see the oil pressure switch and would have to drop the compressor to get to it. Said he would charge between 150 and 200 dollars which I thought was pretty expensive. So I go to pick up a switch and a socket to replace the switch and also the oil and filter. I run my Pacifica upon my floor ramps and I'm almost ready to take out the oil drain plug. I decided to take a close look with a bright light. Like I mentioned, the compressor is like 2 inches from the oil filter. I look every where around the top of the oil filter and no oil leakage. It is completely dry until I start looking at the air conditioning compressor. The drips are coming from over top the compressor. I'm thinking the Mechanic is right. I have to drop the compressor down out of the way to get to the oil pressure switch. Could you give me additional advice, please.
Saturday, January 3rd, 2015 AT 12:59 AM