If the compressor has stopped running altogether the AC will not work.
the compressor was working and now it has stopped, the clutch spins free but when i put my tester to the wires that connect to the compressor there is no power and the clutch dose not jump on can you help.
Check blower motor fuse Check to see if compressor is working
Plug them in! your mechanic has left a block/spade connector off.
Usually its a bad a/c compressor bearing or idler pulley. Something is stopped and its melted the belt.
They might be broken, check with a mechanic, its illegal to drive when they are broken.
It's spelled exactly as in your question: stopped (ceased, ended; past tense of to stop).
If it has stopped working then you will need a new a/c compressor. Get out your wallet they will run you about $1200.
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Your compressor has possibly stopped working. If you are lucky, the serviceman will only have to replace the freon to get it going again.
A stuck compressor contactor. Do not turn off the indoor fan until you have either shut off the breaker or pulled the fuses to the outdoor unit and stopped the compressor, or damage may result.
In most auto ac units, the ac compressor is "at rest" below about 1500 rpms. You usually don't notice it at idle during normal driving because you are stopped at fairly quick intervals. Once the engine has stopped, the inside temp has risen noticeably and you feel the circulated warm air before the compressor kicks back in. The compressor is also designed to cut out over about 4000 rpms. A sensor picks up on the heavier load of the engine and disengages the compressor to supply the extra power needed.
Sorry, your question makes no sense. Please rephrase your question.
Check the pressure switch to the AC. migh be loss or refrigerant in system. Safety pressure switch will shut compressor down when pressure is below specs, it saves your compressor. Have a/c checked...........Mike
Don't know, nice question though!
Hi my answer to your question is if the sun stopped shining, It would be freezing a dull and dark all over the world.
Answer this question… A. When a person has stopped breathing on his or her own
Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
Many people drive cars and do not think about the important components that make a car run efficiently until something needs repairing. The air conditioner system is one of those parts of a car that many people depend on for comfort, but are not sure how to care for it. An air conditioner system in a vehicle works to remove the heat from the inside of the vehicle. A car's air conditioner system has many components. The AC compressor is an integral component of an automobile's air conditioning system, functioning to pressurize the Freon so that cool air travels through the air conditioner system.Replacing the AC CompressorSimilar to other parts on an automobile, the AC can stop functioning properly and need to be replaced. A primary sign that the AC compressor has stopped working is when the air conditioner system blows out warm air when the car is idle. Before replacing the AC compressor, you should check if the car has Freon, which works with the compressor to cool the air. The level of oil within a vehicle also affects the way the AC compressor functions. A vehicle with too much oil may cause the compressor to not work properly, while a car with not enough oil can result in the compressor not working at all. Replacing the AC compressor requires using special tools specifically designed for compressor parts. Allowing a professional mechanic to change your compressor gives you the best chance that the repairs will be done correctly.Price of the AC CompressorThe price of an AC compressor depends on the make and model of the vehicle, but the compressor is one of the most expensive parts to replace in the air conditioner system. To preserve your AC compressor for as long as possible, auto mechanics recommend that you run your AC compressor on a regular basis. Mechanics recommend you run your AC compressor at least 10 minutes a month during the cold season, if the heating and defrost system in your car does not use the compressor.
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Warrants never expire. They exist until canceled by the judge. And you will probably be arrested if stopped in Louisiana.
Your question does not make sense, -To my knowledge women were never stopped from working.
i think that what was th question again?
I am not qualified to answer this question, but for his or her sake, I would strongly suggest that you visit a veterinarian.
Sounds like the compressor coil is either blocked or plugged. It may also be the fan isn't blowing when the car is stopped also.