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Old 04-28-2003, 11:11 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone,
Could anyone tell me what this does and where it is located?
I am having A/C work done on my car soon,and here is a couple of my concerns. When you push the a/c button it lights up ,but you don't here the clunk of the compressor kicking in. The cooling fan doesn't come on either I was told by Saturn dealership that i needed o rings thermal expansion valve,a rec'drier and r134 recharge. Wouldn't the system kick on even without enough freon in it? I tested the clutch and it seems to work. The tech told me they did get the compressor to come on . Anyone have aany thoughts or ideas please let me know Thanks again Tony
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Old 04-28-2003, 11:39 PM   #2
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for some reason I think I remember on some kind of car that I worked on before, that it wouldnt kick on unless it had pressure in it, maybe its the same on saturns.
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