We need to check a couple things. First when you say the system is full, how do you know this? Do you have the pressures for the high and low side?
If you do, what are they? Then did you do an evac and recharge of the system or how did you get the dye in the system?
Next we need to check for power at the compressor when the engine is running and A/C is on. Just set your meter up first and then start the engine. Then monitor the voltage.
In order to have a compressor run, we need power to the compressor and proper Freon level in the system. If we have both of those and the compressor still does not run then I suspect the compressor is the issue.
Let me know what you find with this and we can go from there. Thanks
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Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 AT 5:49 PM