Re: AC compressor not coming on - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
mystery solved. The connections to the low pressure switch were pretty corroded so I cleaned them up But meantime I jumpered them and got the compressor on and the fans on and tried to charge it up. Got it charged up so that the compressor would stay on with the switch reconnected. Found the leak--right under the lower of the two big hoses that go into the compressor, the one that goes over and along the fender and down to the condenser by the radiator. That is the high pressure side so after many years it just crapped out. What fun. At least the electronics are good :-)
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