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Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 09:43:54 +0100
From: Huw Jones <hflj1nopsam.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: GM 900 air con


Thanx to everyone who replied I apreciate it. Huw UK johnra1975 wrote: > > >Subject: Re: GM 900 air con > >From: danny dannynopsamia-esprezzo.com > >Date: 9/17/2001 7:24 PM Central Daylight Time > >Message-id: <3BA69422.33C9324Cnopsamia-esprezzo.com> > > > >KeithG wrote: > > > >> The switch should be a pressure switch on one of the A/C lines somewhere. I > >> do not know exactly on your car. Generally, there are 2 tabs on the switch. > >> If these are shorted, it will allow the clutch to engage. > >> > >> KeithG > >> > >> > > > >Not a good idea without refrigerant though? Doesn't the R12 or whatever act > >as > >a lubricant for the pump/compressor? > > > >-- > >Regards, > >Danny > > > > There is "referigerant oil" added to the system in addition to the actual > refrigerent. Anyhow, if the engine is not running, and the key is on. one can > test the clutch w/o harm to the machinery. > > John Rausch > johnranopsampot.phys.uwosh.edu > 86 900S > 87 900S > 88 900 SPG > 92 900 TC

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