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Unread 10-06-2003, 08:02 AM   #1
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94 - GC Airconditioning prob

While working on a cycling compressor problem it just stopped.

During troubleshooting the cycle, I pulled the only clip going to the compressor that has 2 conductors. It measured 12V solid, then measured the single conductor wire, and while AC switch was on it also had a steady 12V... the AC was cycling during this.
2 seconds on, 2 seconds off.

Next, all the sudden, it quit engaging the clutch at all !!
Immediately measure both AC wires, and NO VOLTAGE on either.

Wondering if there is a fuse in the CAB passenger side fusebox.
Know about the relay under the hood in Main fusebox ?
Basically, not getting voltage to compressor anymore.

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