My 1998 ZX2's A/C is fully charged as well and the A/C Won't work either. My mechanic said it was the compressor. Replace the Compressor and all should be fine. You can do this yourself it is rather easilyy. If your compressor makes a screatching sound at all then it is DEFINETLY bad and needs replacing (if you want A/C) otherwise do what I do til I am able to replace it.....OPEN THE WINDOWS.
Check fuses May need a refrigerant charge Jump ressure switch at the top of the accumulator/drier to see if compressor starts
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You may have a bad compressor clutch coil, you need to check the coil and work from there................
It can be many things. Check to see it the compressor clutch is plugged in or the connections are corroded or loose. If this is ok, then take it to a professional. Check your relays dun dun dun duuuuuuuuuuuunnnn... these badboys don't kick on if they don't have enough charge its true.. check that....
Mabe your compressor is not kicking on for some reason. Check to see if the front of your compressor starts spinning when you turn it on. If it don't check to see if there is power to the wires that go to your compressor. If there is power you have a bad compressor. If there is not check the fuses or relays.
Check the filter first -Improvement- The filter would only equate to less air flow through the vents. Here are some suggestions. -When you turn your thermostat to cooling, does the fan on the outdoor compressor kick on? If not, you need to check the capacitor in your unit. Also, check the fuses to the disconnect. If yes; -Check the refrigerant charge to your compressor. If you don't know how to do this, call a licensed HVAC technician.
Compressor not running? Check fuses, check switch
Time for some new air conditioner guys Check to make sure that the compressor is running Check fuses and switch Check that temperature control is working and set to cold position
The compressor is coming on because you have the heater set to defrost. Take it off defrost and the compressor will not come on. I would suspect the compressor is locked up.
check all A/C electrical connections, like the connector at the compressor.. make sure the compressor is trying to engage, should be an audible click when switched on, check fuses, also check pressure switch on coolant line.. it has a electrical connector on it also, and if coolant is low it will not let the compressor engage.
fusess at compressor
check the fuses!
The most common is low refrigerant. It can also be caused by other electrical problems as well, check he fuses.
sounds like the freon needs to be recharged..
Check all the fuses and relays associated with the system. Also, is it freeze 12? If it is, you wont be able to refill it yourself. Only a professional can buy freeze 12.
could be a number of things bad starter blown fuse bad bearing in one of the pulleys like the compressor just to name a few but id check those first starting with the fuses and relaying dealing with cranking. if it trys to turn over and the battery is good but will not start then check pulleys.
This requires a lot of battery power. First, check your fuses. You may have blown them(one). Then check your battery for a charge.
check your fuses and proper ground
It's either low on charge, has bad wiring, needs a new pressure switch or needs a new clutch.
Check your fuses, and then maybe trickle charge your battery, other than that, check all the wiring an connectors.
Check Fuses Check Fuses.
They may be fuses #12, #14, or #15 My first check would be #14 in the center console fuse block
You could be low on freon, also check your fuses to see if any are blown, or you culd have a bad a/c switch.
If the fuses and AC clutch relay are good, the most likely condition is that there is a leak in the system. Most AC service centers will have equipment to determine if there is a hardware issue. This is not an end user servicable condition, Sorry!