[DMCForum] Re: A/C questions
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[DMCForum] Re: A/C questions

All good advice. Thanks.

My compressor has not had a belt on it since I bought the car.

Thanks for telling me how to test the fan circuit.

Rich A.

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Scott Mueller"
<scott.a.mueller@xxxx> wrote:
> Rich,
> If you jump the pressure switch on the accumulator the compressor
> energize and the cooling fans should come on when the mode switch
is turned
> to AC.
> DO NOT run the compressor until you have the system sealed up,
> charged with oil and refrigerant.
> If you want to test the fan circuit, do it while the engine is
turned off,
> that way you will not ruin the AC compressor.
> Make sure that you plug the open lines so that excess moisture does
not get
> into your system.
> Scott Mueller
> 002981
> DOC-UK 357 Magnum

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cruznmd [mailto:racuti1@xxxx]
> Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 7:50 AM
> To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [DMCForum] A/C questions
> Dave's instructions seem very good. I like the idea of R-134a
> it's more environmentally friendly and I can do the work myself. As
> summer approaches, I'm really interested in fixing my A/C.
> That said, beyond basic refridgeration theory, I don't really
> understand the A/C system. I know Walt is also good with A/C
> Step 1: Evaluation.
> Currently the condensor is removed from the car. All other
> are installed and the compressor is hooked up.
> Question: My fans do not switch on when I put the mode switch
> on "max" or "norm" A/C positions. What part of the A/C system is
> responsible for this? Where should I look?
> Thanks,
> Rich A.
> #5335

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