no, unless u have to remove the compressor unit. The clutch can be replaced with out removing the compressor if you have room to do it.
Most Likely refrigerant charge is low -- compressor will not engage unless system has proper pressure
you are bypassing the refrigerant lo pressure cut out switch when you wire the clutch direct.you need to determine if there is any refrigerant in the system.if the fuses are good and there is refrigerant in it, i would say that the problem is with either the pressure switch, or the A C controls on your dash.
Yes, with both freon and oil for it to operate correctly and engage unless someone has bypassed the pressure switches or relays..........
It is a neutral switch.Starters on newer Isuzu will have a safety-switch installed, even for manual transmissions. The switch, inside the transmission or clutch, will disable the starter circuit until the vehicle is in the proper "mode" to engage the starter.For automatics, this means the starter won't engage unless the transmission is in Park or Neutral.For manuals, (stick-shifts) this means you must engage the clutch while turning the key. Until you engage the clutch, it will seem like the starter is dead.You can have a look at the related link for some trouble shooting pointers.The safety-switch(called a Mode switch for AT) is on the side of the transmission and the clutch switch is on a bracket in front of the clutch pedal. It is activated (switches on) once the clutch pedal is depressed.
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unless your Mazda has a wet clutch , as motorcycles do, you don't have clutch oil
as in disabling it? remove the plug on the compressor on the engine and the clutch will not activate so it will not produce the cold air. When you want it back simply plug the plug back in. Bypass probably means to route the belt without attaching it to the A/C compressor. I have the same problem, as the compressor is frozen, rendering the car unusable unless I can skip the compressor in the belt assembly.
First off let me say that I cannot advise doing this in the first place. That said: With a pressurized canister of refrigerant connected to the low side service port, you won't need to jump the pressure switch unless the switch is broken. Pressure in the canister will be high enough to close the pressure switch and allow the compressor clutch to engage.
It prevents engine cranking unless the clutch pedal is pressed.
Unless you have special tools to remove the clutch you don't. Buy the complete assembly either rebuilt or used from a car parts recycler. I assume from your question the compressor seal is leaking, if so go the above route.
There is a switch on the clutch that won't let the car start unless the clutch pedal is fully depressed. You can turn the key but the starter won't engage. Something stuck under the clutch pedal (matt, etc...) will do it or if someone kicked the switch or possibly the switch has died. You could use a jumper wire to bypass the switch if you had to or just replace the switch.
You cannot physically put a clutch disk in backwards unless you force it together. If you do this you will destroy the clutch disc and possibly other clutch components.
It depends on your definition of "dangerous. There is inherent danger two ways. If the clutch does not engage enough to move the vehicle out of the way of a dangerous situation (impending collusion) and the situation develops, you could be injured or killed. Most likely the clutch will get worse and worse until the vehicle can not be driven (unless you coast down hill or have someone push you). As the clutch disk wears beyond a certain point the pressure plate and flywheel sustain damage also. A new clutch release bearing should be installed when the clutch is repaired.
If the clutch is engaged & turning, there should be no problem getting freon into the system, unless the orifice tube is plugged.
Vehicle is equipped with a clutch safety switch
You probably will need to put a valve on that compressor unless it has a port already. Then you hook up your guages and check the pressure. Do you know if the compressor is running or not?
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it dont need oil unless your taking the whole clutch out and replace it. fluid
Unless you are talking about a manual transmission, you do the same when you start it normally but you can also use the hand brake the same as the pedal brake. If you using a manual transmission you have to release the clutch just enough to hold the car in place when you take your foot off the brake pedal. This keeps the car from rolling backwards. Then you release the clutch while pressing on the accelerator. It takes practice.
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Unless you are using it for something you shouldn't use a centrifugal clutch for, there are no disadvantages. But a clutch of that type can create a lot of waste heat through slipping while it is engaged.
not unless the transmission already comes with a clutch for high performance hugh horsepower builds it would be better to upgrade the clutch anyway
Unless someone has done a custom hydraulic clutch setup on this vehicle- there is no clutch fluid. It is a cable clutch linkage on a stock vehicle. If it has been customized there will be a easily identifiable reservoir connected to the clutch pedal or connected to the clutch master cylinder by a hose.
you shouldn't need to unless it set a check engine light for some reason. if it was just a compressor change for, say, the compressor locked up then no. hope this helps.