The air conditioning compressor clutch relay is located on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The relay switch will be labeled.
Its in the fuse block - underhood.......
The bearing lets the belt pully free wheel on the compressor input shaft that the clutch is attached to.
You cannot change the compressor bearing, however, you can change the clutch bearing. Which one is bad? Is there a noise when the clutch is engaged, or not engaged?
If the compressor will not come on at all, it is not because the system needs charging. Check for a blown fuse, disconnected wire at the compressor, or a defective compressor clutch.
The A/C compressor is clutch driven, when electricity is applied to a coil, it engages the clutch. Most likely the coil shorted out in the A/C clutch on the front of the compressor.
Most automotive AC compressors use a cycling clutch compressor, where the clutch is engaged by pressure switches which will engage the compressor clutch when the pressure reaches a predetermined low level, and disengages it when it reaches a predetermined high pressure.
It is inside the under hood fuse box.
could be your a\c clutch in the compressor.?. or maybe pressure leaks.
The clutch bearing for an AC compressor is located in the center of the clutch. If the bearing goes bad, then the clutch is replaced as a whole part rather than changing the bearing.
The clutch has a bolt or nut in the center, connecting it to the compressor. After the nut is removed, the clutch can be removed by use of a gear puller.
Low on freon, faulty pressure switch, faulty clutch. Jumper the low pressure switch with a paperclip (can running, AC on), if the clutch cycles, it's either low on freon, or the low pressure switch is bad.