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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

Thank you Frank I will let you know the outcome.
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

Looking to find this connection on the 2004 4.7l GC. Thanks!
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

The A/C high pressure switch will cause the cycling of the compressor. Its mounted close to the condensor.
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

Found it. thanks. I tried using a jumper wire to cycle the clutch, it killed the engine.
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

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Found it. thanks. I tried using a jumper wire to cycle the clutch, it killed the engine.
Is the compressor jammed?
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

How can I tell? The clutch didn't move/engage when I put the jumper in. The belt is spinning the compressor pully.
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Re: A/C Clutch Cycle Switch Location?

Great thread! I just followed your processaas my clutch stopped also on my 04 overland...but I had zero volts on the sensor engine running but did have 5v on the hot..so I hooked up a AA batt to the sensor and my ac clutch started!!!! So I guess its my sensor!! Many thanks!
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