Chevy Aveo 2011 AC compressor no power supply

Asked by Mar 25, 2017 at 06:41 PM about the 2011 Chevrolet Aveo LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi everybody, I have freon pressure in the system. But no power supply on
the ac clutch, I jumped the pressure switch and the ac relays, now I think it
could be the thermostat or expansion valve? Can anybody help me with
location or other advise?

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Other advise is get a competent a/c professional to service it. You seem to have no clue and will only be throwing parts at it.

Really good advise But I wished someone could teach me to fix it bymyself

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I would be great if you knew someone that had experience with A/C repair. Trying to repair things through a forum like this is pretty hit or miss as we can't look at, feel or listen to problems with vehicles through the computer monitor. Throwing parts at things trying to guess at what the problem is can be much more expensive than just having the problem repaired. Perhaps "Google" do it yourself car air conditioner service would be of help. Best of luck with it. I still think A/C service work is best left to the professional.

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