[DML] Re: A/C suddenly stopped working
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[DML] Re: A/C suddenly stopped working

You have a few non-standard items in there, for example the far left bottom relay isn't supposed to be a relay, it should be a jumper wire in place of the original blue module. But since it was working it's likely that someone rewired it so lets ignore that for now. I just point it out as a sign that things are not as they left the factory. 

Otherwise, check fuse #11. If that's not the problem you need to start tracing the circuit per the schematic and figure out what plug or connector fell off. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, C Pear <cpear760@...> wrote:
> Took the D in to get the oil changed and general checkup. On my way there, the 
> air-con was working fine as it has been. On my way home, I could not get the A/C 
> fan to turn on in any mode. After looking at it further this past weekend, when 
> the A/C is turned on, nothing engages (a/c compressor, radiator fans, interior 
> fan). Seems like the whole a/c system is dead. The rad fans do still engage as 
> engine temp permits. Thank you for any advice or tips.
> Here's a photo of my relay/fuse area:
> http://i937.photobucket.com/albums/ad218/cpear760/02-28-2011027.jpg
> Clint
> 4739
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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