You kneed to know a few things, the best test you can do is with a manifold gauge set, this way you can get the high and low side readings, and it's the only way to judge compressor perfomance problems, the one hose recharge bottles are useless. After you get the readings, you want 30 psi on the low side and 200-225 on the high side at 75-80 degrees. Make sure when your a/c switch is on, the compressor starts. Check the condition of your radiator fan clutch. And clean out the fins in the radiator and condenser with compressed air and a blow gun with a long attachment.
Monday, August 4th, 2008 AT 12:38 PM