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Old 09-19-2010, 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by jonathanteller View Post
I was hoping to get advise from someone who knows dodge ac well. The problem is two years old and someone hooked up gauges and told me freon level is good. It's the clutch that is cyling on and off not the compressor
The clutch is the compressor . When the clutch engages to the pulley it drives the compressor . I would have to say it's low on refrigerant or you may have a bad cycling switch .
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