At the front of the compressor, under the pulley is a filed coil.
When electricity flows through the coil, its magnetic field pulls the clutch disk against the spinning pulley.
The clutch is attached to the armature of the compressor and so the compressor starts to spin.
The noise I heard on your video sounds very much like the clutch engaging and dis engaging very quickly.
So if you supply power to the field coil (look for a pig tail about 6" long coming from under the pulley)
then the clutch should lock in and stay locked in and not make the noise.
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 AT 5:27 PM