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Old 12-08-2009, 12:28 AM   #7
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1996 SW2
Default Re: 1994 sw1 a/c not working, hasnt worked all year

I guess we shouldn't bother to tell her/him to check/replace her/his A/C relay. Or to temporarily jumper/bypass the high/low pressure sensor. Yeah, we're so useless; esp when one of the first responses comes from the site-wide-recognized HVAC expert.

Oh, yeah, and let's not bother to mention that since the OP waited until DECEMBER to diagnose her/his inop A/C, there's a distinct possibility that the ambient temperature, as reported by the IAT, is below 40F, and therefore the A/C is disabled. 'Course, having the factory service manuals, s/he obviously knows that, so we must be just a bunch of ECTS-holes for even mentioning it.

So yeah, let's not insult the OP's intelligence by even hinting at any of the above. Please disregard it all.

Last edited by madpogue; 12-08-2009 at 12:34 AM.
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