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I did find the problem though. The clutch is not engaging when a/c is turned on. Everytime I tapped it it would spin. So I guess I have to reset the clutch gap which I have no idea how to do. Any special tools I need?
 

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I just had a conversion to 134a 2 weeks ago. Low pressure switch is new. I still think its the clutch because after tapping it and getting it to spin, a/c would blow cold air
 

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Might want to check the clutch power connectionin the back, may be a little loose.. Pretty farfetched, but possible, and easy to check..
 

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ok where in the back of compressor is the clutch power connection?
 

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Clutch connection for power is in the front of the compressor just below the bracket on top of the compressor.

2 wires black connector.

There is a high pressure cutout switch in the back.

Diode should be attached and taped up in that clutch connector too. Don't short the wires messing with it.
 
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