There are many oil seals in that vehicle, need to know which ones you changed.
And you still have a skip? Probably a bad injector.
Yes check your compressor!
Check the brake light switch.
Any scientist is still important to us today, even if there ideas were proven wrong. Ideas are constantly being changed and rewritten, but that cannot happen without the first idea.
What specific kind of vehicle do you have? It does sound like the clutch may be bad, but we also need to know what you are working on. You need to run power straight from the battery to the compressor. If is still does not engage then you need to replace the compressor and clutch, they are dead. If they do engage, then you have a wiring or computer issue.
Was that the only code that caused you to replace it? Do you have it close enough to sense again.
No, it still has a distributor.
no 2004 colorado
The compressor needs to be changed. There is no more pressure in it. It keeps working but only hot air is comes out.
Checking the pressure of a fridge compressor is easy. Remove the compressor and give it a shake. After taking the compressor off it should make a sound while shaking that means itÕs still good if the compressor makes no sound that means it has went bad.
yes many people still do use many of his ideas all of them are brillant ideas
No oil in compressor - wether it works or not, it still needs that special ac oil -
I am sure you can - but the clutch is abpout the same price as a rebuilt compressor. So last time i did this I bought the compressor, removed the cluth, and put it on my car compressor. I still have a compressor if I need one. Be sure your compressor is not locked up before you go buy anything.
I have the same problem I changed the fuel pump and the ignition coil also changed the igition module,still the same problem engine turns over but wont fire,still no spark and no fuel getting through,was wondering if theres a sensor that turns everything off?? 1991 s10 owner email email@example.com
The fuel pump relay on that 92 Blazer with the 4.3 engine is located under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side, if there is more than one relay there, it's the one closest to the drivers fender.
check fuse or relay in underhood fuse box,
I repelaced the air conditioner compressor and the climate control unit. on the counsel, the compressor still reads, OFF and the air won't come on. is their a way to reset?
If the compressor is bad or noisy and the AC clutch is okay try unplugging the AC clutch fuse or relay.
The heater core is plugged. Blow it out with a compressor. If that does not work replace the heater core.
A lot of cars won't let the compressor kick on unless it has enough refridgerant. Try recharging the compressor all the way and if it still don't work, you might need a new compressor.
Check the ballist resister on fire wall !!!!
It still has a distributor.