Air Conditioning problem
2000 GMC Sierra V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 135000 miles
Hello Everyone, I have a quick question, the A/C in my truck went out a little while ago, and we are hoping to get it working before the heat of the summer hits. We found the belt to the A/C broken after our A/C quit working, we then replaced the belt and it still doesn't work, but we noticed that we are now starting to pop fuses. If we disconnect the plug going into the clutch coil we no longer pop the fuse. I have tried jumping the low pressure switch and that didn't work. You can turn the compressor by hand so that indicates to me that the compressor isn't seized. At the plug to the Coil I am getting 13.00 Volts that is with the low pressure switch bypasses, when the low pressure switch is plugged in I am still getting 13.00 Volts that tells me that my system is still holding a charge.
Are there any other test I could do?
Can I check the Clutch Coil to see if that is what needs to be replaced?
Or would it more likely be the Clutch?
Can I do this without having to have my System evacuated?
have the same problem?
Friday, June 25th, 2010 AT 1:40 PM