- stan wrote:
- ohh thank for the tip-will do that,but when i was testing the temps they were all equal.It's all bad....
OK Mark thanks and goodnight.
If the AC compressor is running, you'll see/hear the clutch engage and turn.
If you refilled the AC with cans (instead of evacuating and recharging) that may aggravate not solve the problem, system may be mis-charged (over or under-filled).
If the AC compressor is working and the system is properly evacuated then lubricated and recharged, and you are still not getting adequate cooling, then there may be other problems:
- if the ambient temperature is over 100F you may need a different orifice valve to deal with it. This would happen if you say lived in Flagstaff AZ (or someplace else where ambients run lower) and moved to Phoenix ( -
- ) (or someplace else where ambients run over 100F part of the summer). It's been hot lately. TO put this in requires evacuation, purging, install new variable orifice valve for 100F+ ambient (and probably a line filter), then recharge.
- if the ambient is less than 100F your blend door could be stuck with debris (less likely) or dying actuator (more likely) and using the search function you will find good write-up on how to deal with that blend door thing and even I think a picture or 2. To fix the blend door actuator is tedious,a dn it might help to take out the passenger seat to get room to work (not necessary, just helpful).