What exactly did you replace when you did the work?
Your description sounds like you have a blockage in the system and it is stopping the system from working. Normally as a minimum you would flush each line on its own, flush the evaporator, replace the condenser, compressor, receiver/drier and install an inline filter to catch anything you missed. Better is to replace everything, except any open lines that you can flush and still install a filter because the compressor chewed itself up and dumped metal into the system.
Do you have an AC gauge set? That is the bare minimum that you need to even start testing. You need to see what the low and high side pressures are doing as the compressor cycles. I think you will see that the low side starts to pull a vacuum and the high side spikes and the pressure switch shuts it off.
Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 AT 9:32 AM