It appears that summer has hit the midwest, bypassing spring once again,
and to my surprise the AC on my 300D has decided not to work. After
attaching a tester to the leads to the compressor it appears that
there's no juice going to it.
Is there anything that could be stopping the flow of current to the
compressor other than the climate control not working? I replaced the
unit less than three years ago.... of course that was over 100,000 miles
Well, waddya know - I connected the wires and the clutch kicked in.
Interesting part is that after I disconnected them it stayed on... next
thing I know I've got nice, cold R-12 inspired AC! Drove it around town
doing errands, turning it on and off, no problems.
It would appear that the switch is on its way out and it must have
gotten jiggled in the process, so now it's working. Guess I'll leave
well enough alone until it finally gives up!
thanks, one and all!
Chas Hurst wrote:
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