[DML] Re: A/C Trouble
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[DML] Re: A/C Trouble



If the gap between the clutch and the pulley is too large the clutch
cannot pull everything together to fully engage. You will need a
special wrench to hold the clutch to disassemble it. Inside there are
washers that you can add or remove to set the gap properly. You have
to remove the belt and the compressor to do this but you don't have to
disconnect the hoses, you can just swing the compressor over enough to
get access to the clutch. If the clutch or pulley is badly worn from
slipping you may need to replace the worn parts. It also sounds like
your system is not cycling like it should. The compressor should not
run constantly. If it does you will overheat the wiring to the clutch
and the cooling fan circuit. You could also freeze the evaporator coil.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Videobob Moseley" <videobob@...> wrote:
>
> Update....
> Yesterday while talking to Warren on the phone I fired up the car
with the 
> A/C on MAX.
> 








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