I have a 2004 Malibu and trying to remove the radio/defrost control console
If this is the condenser that is frozen, you have a problem with the defrost cycle. There are 2 things that need to be checked, the defrost sensor and the defrost control board. More than likely it is the defrost control board that is the problem and of course that is the more costly of the 2.
A defrost control typically.
More than likely, your H-A/C control is set to Defrost. In most vehicles, when this is set to Defrost, the A/C Compressor runs continually.More than likely, your H-A/C control is set to Defrost. In most vehicles, when this is set to Defrost, the A/C Compressor runs continually.
The climate control computer may be defective. Check all fuses. is the defrost cold air?
the clicking you hear is more then likely just a noisy defrost timer..in some ge refrigerators the defrost timer is mounted close to the temp control.
Yes, the ac will run in the defrost position to dry the windshield.
To GE model GSSxxxx models, there is no defrost timer. It uses the main control board to time it.
The electrical control panel for a refrigeration unit using single or three phase power. The control portion has an oil pressure safety switch, defrost timer, temperature controls and perhaps a refrigerant pressure control in conjunction with the normal internal overload circuit breakers for the compressor. After operation of the refrigeration unit for a period of time, a defrost control device cuts off the compressor and turns on the electric defrost heaters. As the evaporator coils are defrosted, defrost thermostats open the defrost heater supply circuits. When the current sensing relay senses that all the defrost heaters have been shut off via the defrost thermostats, a time delay relay will return the refrigeration unit to the normal refrigeration cycle. The same current sensing relay will prevent false triggering by the oil pressure safety switch if the compressor's internal overload circuit breaker opens
It's a bad vaccum line