It could be that the outdoor fan is not turning causing the compressor to overheat and shut down on overload or your outdoor unit may need to be hosed off. You could have a faulty run capacitor. If you do need a new compressor you have to consider the age of your unit, the need to replace the indoor unit, and your financial situation. The cost of a compressor is over 500.00 in my area, then you have the labor, refrigerant recovery, and misc charges. It could bring the total of the job to 1000.00. Complete change out could run between 5000 and 8000 depending on size of equipment and geographical locale.
If the clutch disengages properly then the compressor should not be running. Most likely the clutch itself is bad instead of the compressor.
You can't just replace the ac compressor itself... you have to replace several parts of the system... any auto parts store should tell you that when you buy one especially if you have been back three times.... usually there is stuff in the lines still that gets pulled into the new compressor and voila you're stuck with the same problem you began with.
Refrigerant filled within compressor, condenser and evaporator has leaked not allowing thermostat to switch off the compressor or in rare cases thermostat itself is damaged.
The only thing in an air brake system you'd really overhaul would be the compressor itself... the rest of it typically gets replaced. Valves, brake chambers, brake drums, brake shoes, etc.
The Mark 8 does not have a check-valve in the air suspension system. Each air spring has a solenoid valve, which controls fill and vent of the spring. There is a fifth in the suspension compressor itself, which controls venting the system. I discovered that the seat for vent valve was corroded in my compressor, which would then leak when the system was trying to fill. This resulted in the compressor running, but the car lowering. I was able to clean the seat up for a temporary repair, but ultimately replaced the compressor.
Low or no freon will cause the AC not to work. Also if the clutch on the AC compressor has failed, or if the compressor itself failed.
There is no fuse for the compressor itself, if the compressor is not working, the low pressure switch has activated and there is not enough refrigerant in the system. Have your AC system serviced by a good shop or your local Chrysler dealer.
On the compressor itself. It has an L on the cap.
No, once it is clogged it must be replaced.
When the compressor comes back on does it stay on?
A person can reset the air ride suspension on a Cadillac Deville by disconnecting the compressor wiring harness from the compressor itself. This is accomplished by putting the vehicle on ramps.
the start relay helps the compressor start up then takes itself out of play when the compressor gets going. The older units will have a capacitor and a relay mounted in the control panel and the new ones are all in one...you just parallel the run capacitor.