Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2001 15:22:43 -0400
From: wysiwyg.docnopsamspring.com
Subject: Re: Air Con


simple, the air conditioner compressor runs when 12vdc is applied, if the fan inside the auto works and the valvegates are open to let the air come in then hook up 12vdc to the clutch on the front of the compressor. this should energize the clutch and it should work. if it doesn't energize the clutch then the clutch is toast. if it does energize the clucth and it doesn't get cool the the system has a gas/mechanical problem. if this works and it won't work otherwise then the electrical problem is with wiring or relays in which case you might get your quidswort to hire the guy, that is unless you have an electrical schematic and a voltmeter plus posses the knowlwdge to troubleshoot the wiring. Mike Ballinger wrote: > OK Guys, Need some advice here on my air con again. > > First off told it just needed gas and that as it was R12 the garage wouldn't > do it. Anyway, found a guy with some who said he would do it. He looked at > it, said the gas was fine, but said there was a fault in the system, and > that it was electrical, but wants to me to leave the car with him so that he > can charge me 40 quid an hour to try and diagnose the problem. > > Has anyone any idea what electrical faults develop in these systems - its > the climate control version on a 9000 T 1992

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