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If you have checked the wires the fuse under the dash and the large relay on the firewall but your 1992 C2500 still has no power to the AC compressor what else can you try?

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2006-11-14 21:47:33
2006-11-14 21:47:33

is likely out of freon,pressure switch in accumulator will not allow compressor to start without refrigerant charge- have system serviced and recharged

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