Where is the switch for the A/C system to restart it on the chrysler sebring 02

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Asked by Aug 18, 2007 at 04:01 PM about the 2002 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The A/C system is charged and is still not working what else can i do to find out what is wrong

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I don't know of any restart switch, but are you sure that your system is not overcharged? It needs to be charged to about 40-45 PSI. If it is overcharged with too much pressure, the compressor will kick off when it senses that too much pressure is building. I will then cycle running for a few seconds, then kick off, then back on, over and over again, but it will not cool.

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There are other problems as well that can cause this. If you have the Automatic Climate Control, a defective climate control head can lead to the A/C not working. If you are defining working as "blowing cold," you may also have a clogged valve in the system, or the compressor relay or pressure transducer may be faulty.

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Check engine? If no check cap rotor and wires alot of these havent been serviced since new, cap,plug wires,and plugs change resistance cold to hot thus poor runability. I worked on these when new and currently own one,you can contact me @tommcmanis@gmail.com

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