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Anyone know where I can begin to find out why my AC clutch is not engaging? Large fuse by the battery looks OK. Secondary fan kicks in when 228 temp is reached.
 

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Not sure if '94's are the similar to '86's, but I had the same problem. Ended up being a bad low pressure cut-out switch.
 

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disconnect battery

Try disconnecting your negative battery terminal for 3 minutes.
When the computer that runs the AC detects a fault such as low freon or an intermittant connection on one of its circuits it will trip off the compressor. This computer does not reset itself when the problem is fixed and to reset it you have to disconnect the battery.
Good luck
Jerris
 

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Jerris said:
Try disconnecting your negative battery terminal for 3 minutes.
When the computer that runs the AC detects a fault such as low freon or an intermittant connection on one of its circuits it will trip off the compressor. This computer does not reset itself when the problem is fixed and to reset it you have to disconnect the battery.
Good luck
Jerris
Thanks Jerris, I will certainly try that. Last night I jumped the 2 connections to the low pressure switch but still did not get a current over by the terminal which connects to the compressor.
I'll try your suggestion tonight. Rick
 

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Jerris said:
Try disconnecting your negative battery terminal for 3 minutes.
When the computer that runs the AC detects a fault such as low freon or an intermittant connection on one of its circuits it will trip off the compressor. This computer does not reset itself when the problem is fixed and to reset it you have to disconnect the battery.
Good luck
Jerris
Well, I tried disconnecting for over 3 min. Nothing. Any other suggestions?
 
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