Low refrigerant level. 2 cans is probably not enough. You can't have the system accurately charged if you don't use a gauge. Using a gauge, run the AC and you'll notice that the low pressure side drops so far that the pressure switch is kicking the system off. Watch the gauge as you add refrigerant and make sure you don't overfill it, but you do probabbly need some more.
If you originally charged the system and then changed a switch and added 2 cans, it could also be overcharged. Jump out the low pressure switch to verify wether it is that particular one that is the problem. The High side pressure on 134a is higher than r12 and it is possible that is the switch giving you problems.
How do I replace the power window switch on 1977 Corvette coupe
Gm does not use inertia switches.
Gm does not use inertia switches.
No, Gm does not use inertia switches.
Down by where the dimmer switches were once located.
try corvette fever.com
GM vehicles do not use inertia switches
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
Chevrolet does not use cut off or inertia switches.
I have trouble understanding your question. But I think you are saying that you have two switches that control one light and want to know why it is not working. More than likely is that you have two way switches instead of 3 way switches installed. 3 three switches cost a little more and are a little more difficult to install but if you recently replaced these switches you may have replaced them with the wrong type.
They could be unplugged. The bulbs could be burned out. The Mercury switches may not have good contact.
Check the switches....
Yes, you should be able to just replace the switches and get the lamps working again. Go to your local hardware store and they can give advice.
The reversing valve switches the flow of refrigerant from cool to heat inside and outside the home.
I have a 1972 Corvette and the power window relay is in the shifter console, just forward of the power window switches. I would believe it's in the same place in the '73. Good Luck
A/C is probably bad. easy to change. jack up the car its the bottom pulley. check the engine diagram sticker under the hood. or your a/c refrigerant needs a recharge.
No, the wiring is different.
If the power door locks quit working on a 1979 Corvette, it is due to broken pigtail switches. With age and use, the pigtails break and leaves the power door locks inoperable.
start bypassing the safety kill switches< or check they are working with an ohm meter
power window moter is bad.
In most modern-day network switches, collision is no longer a problem. Network switches are good at handling these situations to avoid collision problems.
There are a bunch of switches that can keep the clutch from activating, low refrigerant pressure is the most common.
If you get sparking in an electrical switch there is a loose connection or short in the circuit. The switch should be repaired or replaced.
R134A - you can buy over-the-counter kits for the do-it-yourself'ers, but i don't recommend it unless you have a vacuum pump and at least a gauge set. A/C systems have both high and low pressure cut-out switches, so unless you have the correct amount of refrigerant, they will not function.
An AND GATE has two inputs that must both be true for the output to be true. If you have two switches in series then they must both be closed for current to flow. This is analogous to having two true signals on the input of an AND GATE.