The compressor is located under, to the left of the engine. You will see that it is attached to the belt (its an a/c compressor!) and it is right in front of the radiator fans. The compressor will have some silver houses running to it, and a socket wire harness conected to it. Hope this helps heh
the port to add freon is under the car in front of engine coming off the compressor hard to get to but can be done
If the compressor is not engauged, it is ok.If the compressor is not engauged, it is ok.
Run your engine with the A/C on and watch the end of the compressor where the belt is. If it kicks on you will see the it start turning. if it doesn't turn and never starts turning you may need your A/C charged with freon. If the belt smokes you compressor may be locked up.
The 1993 Honda Accord low side Freon fill port will be on the air conditioner compressor. The air conditioner compressor will be on the left-hand side of the engine.
Your 1999 Oldsmobile air conditioning air compressor can be found on the left-hand side of the engine. You can fill the system with Freon through the low pressure port.
most likely low on freon. while driving the ac compressor spins faster so it might cool better with low freon at higher engine rpm. have your system charged and checked for leaks.
This is normal it does it to cycle the freon
Out of freon, failed compressor, broken belt, blown fuse, failed control switch, etc.
This is an indication that either the a/c system is over charged or the cooling fan is not working.......
Purchase a Freon recharge kit. Connects the Freon hoses to the ports on the air conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor.
The compressor wont turn if the freon levels are too low! It has a cutoff so if the freon all escapes the system the compressor wont be damaged.
Blown fuse Loss of freon Does compressor run? Does blower motor work?
The most likely reason the compressor is not coming on is because you are low on freon. The low pressure switch will keep the compressor from cycling on because damage to your compressor would result. You can jumper across the low presure switch with the engine running and A/C turned on, ( for short time only) this will provide you with question is my compressor clutch good, or am I just low on freon. The AC compressor relay switch may need to be replaced
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If you are talking about removing the freon in the a/c system then you will need a freon reclaimer.............
with a new compressor is a good place to look and see if it's working then see if the fan to blow it is still working you fix it with a new ac compressor pulley and recharge the freon in the car
An AC compressor compresses the freon and circulates the freon through the system. An air ride compressor pumps compressed air into air bags to level the vehicle and/or alter the handling of the vehicle.
yes there is a seal on the front of compressor that can go bad and leak freon.
All fuses look good, compressor won't kick on, attempted to put freon in gauge on bottle went all the way over and would not take freon, any guesses? All fuses look good, compressor won't kick on, attempted to put freon in gauge on bottle went all the way over and would not take freon, any guesses?
.You can remove the air conditioner compressor, from your Oldsmobile automobile, by removing the compressor belt. Remove the air conditioning Freon. Remove the Freon lines. Remove the retaining bolts
It compresses be it air or freon or whatever.
It compresses the freon gas.
Look to see if the compressor is running when the ac is on. If not, then check the Freon pressure, as the compressor won't run if the Freon is low.
no it has a safeguard to prevent overheating the compressor