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Old 07-01-2005, 23:01   #1 (permalink)
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97 ford ranger ac problem


Need some help please trying to fix the ac for the old man.

I have checked for power to the ac clutch no power I pulled the the
plug at the clutch put the trusty simson meter to it nota on the power
went back to
work did the same test on the work truck its a 95 ranger it has power.

Not sure where to go nexted the ac switch in the dash don't look very
fun to get to.

thanks 97 ranger


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Old 07-02-2005, 08:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 97 ford ranger ac problem

97ford ranger wrote:
>
> Need some help please trying to fix the ac for the old man.
>
> I have checked for power to the ac clutch no power I pulled the the
> plug at the clutch put the trusty simson meter to it nota on the power
> went back to
> work did the same test on the work truck its a 95 ranger it has power.
>
> Not sure where to go nexted the ac switch in the dash don't look very
> fun to get to.
>
> thanks 97 ranger
>
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> View this thread: http://www.usenetcars.com/showthread.php?t=395455


Jumper the LPS switch connector at the accumulator connection with a piece of
wire; if you have a working clutch then, the system's probably low on
refrigerant.
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