a/c issues

Asked by Jun 09, 2015 at 10:41 PM about the 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the a/c is charged - compressor doesn't stay on and both lines are hot - any suggestions?

7 Answers

67,605

Bad AC compressor if properly filled with freon.

98,565

What are the high and low pressure readings?

19,550

Is the compressor clutch clicking on ? If not check power to compressor and if pressure readings are good check high low switch.

19,550

The correct word is high low pressure switch located on the accumulator. It has two wires going to it sometimes you can lightly tap on switch and if compressor clutch clicks on switch is sticking.

9,930

sounds overcharged

19,550

If the compressor clutch is clicking on and off its low on freon.

9,930

It will do the same on high ... usually if it's low the freon low switch prevents the clutch from engaging. You are asking for trouble working on A/C without gauges because you will need to change your drawers if the line separates with you close by

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