Join Date: May 2002
Location: 8 Mile Plains, Brisbane
Hey man, try using a multimeter to test the clutch wire on yer compressor (blue) too see if its getting the 12ish volts to it... if not then yer low pressure cutout or high temp switch could be faulty. If u are getting the voltage and yer not clutch isnt engageing then i reckon its time for a new compressor :)
*Edit* Tho i think its yer compressor clutch coz u mentioned the engine reving up or whateva and that usually takes the signal after these switches, so it would seem yer getting that 12V at the compressor..
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