[DML] Re: Stumped In AZ with AC
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[DML] Re: Stumped In AZ with AC

What do you mean by "jumped" compressor? If you mean the switch on 
the accumulator bottle (inside right front wheel) then all that's 
could be is the switch itself or the (lack of) refirgerant. If that's 
not what you mean, try jumping it there. 

When you jumped it did the system get cold? If not, there's no freon 
in it or something is seriously plugged. 

You said the compressor is new - is it now R12 or R134?  What was 
done in the process of changing the compressor (i.e. plug&pray or did 
the system get properly flushed, orifice tube changed, tested, etc.)?

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Randal" <azman3us@xxxx> wrote:
> Hey list need a little help here.
> Recently my AC stopped working, turn the mode switch to AC and 
> except cabin fans.. no compressor (new) and no cooling fans (work 
> otherwise).. Neither kick on!
> Checked fuse, jumped compressor ? works and checked relays all OK
> In reviewing wiring diagram appears that current must reach 
> to trigger fans.. the only thing I haven't checked is the diodes in 
> fuse compartment
> Any ideas???  Really need the AC in AZ!
> Thanks
> Randal  "The 3M Guy"
> Hot 5501

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