So. Tried another vac and recharge after I replaced the connector for the transducer just to see what happens. No leaks hold a vacuum for an hour. Compressor kicked on once initially while charging and never shut back off until I turned engine off. Approx 150 on high side and 50 on low. Is it compressor time? Only have 33k on it this sucks 2 shops now just shrugging their shoulders and taking my money
When you check the attached manual pages, then the low side pressure seems to be a bit too high, and the high side pressure is too low. The problem can be a faulty AC orifice valve (not sure if they mean the AC expansion valve) or compressor.
JEEP Grand Cherokee 4.7 Lmtd 2004
HID 8000K in low and fog / Quad Squad member
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