AC not working after alternator replacement...
I have lost all faith in the garage I am going to. I had an alternator replaced and now my air conditioner isn't working, specifically blowing hot air. There is plenty of refrigerant in the system. It worked fine when I brought it in. The garage is now telling me I need a new PCM because it is not turning on the AC as well as a new AC clutch because every time it tries to engage the clutch, it blows a fuse. If the PCM is not sending a signal to the AC then how can the clutch blow the fuse?
Does this make sense to anyone?
I can agree with it might need a clutch/coil assembly, that is what is blowing the fuse, but as far as a new PCM I am skeptical normally the PCM just activates a relay witch in turn activates the unit. I would find another shop.
the compressor is just under alt. look and see if mabey it is unplugged.
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